With the exceptions of Japan and India, Asia's first box office weekend of 2009 was dominated by two new releases -- sexy Korean drama "Frozen Flower" and Disney family comedy "Bedtime Stories."
Wall Street investment fund Passport Capital is blocking a share dilution by eSun, the holding company that owns Hong Kong film producer Media Asia.
An estimated 3,000 people marked the New Year with a protest march Thursday concerning political interference in Taiwan's public TV service.
Chinese media conglom Xinhua Finance Media is to increase its focus on entertainment and sports, having agreed the sale of its outdoor advertising business.
The popularity of toonpics was a recurring theme at the Asian box office over the Christmas week, as was the strong performance of local films, notably "Ip Man," "If You Are the One," "Gajini" and…
A combination of money, Chinese politics and incompetence has shaken up the boardrooms of Hong Kong's TV broadcasters. No. 2 broadcaster Asia Television (ATV) has gone in to meltdown after its…
Korea's celebrities are coping with Internet attention worthy of TMZ and PerezHilton.
Though Singapore's Suntec Convention Center last week played host to both the Asia TV Festival and the first Asian edition of the venerable computer graphics tradeshow SIGGRAPH, it looked as if folks…
Auditors delivered a "going concern" qualification to the half-year results of Hong Kong- and L.A.-based animation firm Imagi Intl., which last year delivered "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" for…
BBC veteran Nic van Zwanenberg is to quit his job as director, distribution and development, Greater and Indo-China, with effect from Wednesday.
News Corp.'s Asian entertainment unit STAR is to launch a Farsi-language general entertainment TV channel early in 2009.