Imagi, the Hong Kong- and Los Angeles-based animation house responsible for last year's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," will offer its shares in a secondary listing in the U.S.
When discussing the Chinese TV market, bizzers often talk in terms of "toxic" and "non-toxic," a reference to the kinds of programming that may be acceptable to Middle Kingdom media regulators. Thus…
Taiwanese kids channel YoYo TV has acquired 118 hours of animation from MTV Networks International.
UTV is giving a 900-plus screen launch to its "Kismat Konnection" this weekend.
Free-to-air digital terrestrial TV will be extended to cover 75% of the population of Hong Kong by the end of the month, it was announced Thursday. That means more Olympic Games coverage for more…
John Woo will direct comicbook adaptation "Caliber," to be unveiled at next week's Comic-Con in San Diego.
News Corp.'s Star group has announced another trio of executive hires to bolster scheduling, acquisition and content in Hong Kong and Mumbai.
British TV distrib, Channel 4 Intl. has sold 120 hours of shows to an array of broadcasters around Asia.
After some 11th-hour suspense, China is ready to unwrap Universal's "The Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor."
Disney has teamed with Hong Kong broadcaster Television Broadcasts to offer four of its U.S. network TV shows online free of charge.
MPAA topper Dan Glickman and a host of 3-D proponents, including "Journey to the Center of the Earth" helmer Eric Brevig, will speak at Singapore's 3DX: 3D Film & Entertainment Technology Festival.