The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union Tuesday elected Yoshinori Imai as its president for the next three years.
The terror attacks in southern Mumbai have caused shock within the Indian entertainment industry, but given the scale of the attacks, the disruption has been limited — so far.
Eng Wah Organization, one of the best-known names in Singapore's entertainment scene, disappeared this week from the country's stock market.
There are few regions better qualified than Asia to demonstrate the prowess of Internet Protocol Television.
Barry Diller probably has it right when he says he is planning a shopping spree for Asian media properties. But it takes someone with Diller's nerve and free cash resources to take the plunge.
It is an understatement to say Singapore likes to see itself as a hub. Government policy makes the city-state a hub of many things -- from moviemaking to casinos, from silicon chip manufacturing to…
Singapore has set out its stall as a center of finance for the entertainment industry in Asia, mixing a generous supply of soft-money options with a largely favorable regulatory environment. Now…
Xinhua Media Entertainment, a. L.A.- and Beijing-based movie investment company, is to expand the number of U.S.-Chinese co-productions with a slate of five projects in different stages of…
The Jakarta Int'l Film Fest is to slash its planned running time from ten days to just five, a move it says was brought on by the global economic slowdown.
Film and TV execs around the world are bracing for the worst as the global economic downturn continues to bite.
Chinese-language publishing company Next Media was Monday ordered by a Hong Kong court to pay fines totaling HK$175,000 ($22,600) after being found guilty of seven cases of publishing indecent…