Chinese households will account for half of all digital TV connections in Asia within five years, according to "Asia Pacific TV," a new report by the Informa Telecoms and Media group.
Malaysia's leading hardtop operator Golden Screen Cinemas has opened its second multiplex in Kota Kinabalu on the island of Borneo.
Star, News Corp.'s Hong Kong-based TV and entertainment division, has named Sumantra "Sumo" Dutta country topper for the Middle East, Africa and Pakistan.
The Singapore Film Festival has appointed Zhang Wenjie and Wahyuni A. Hadi as co-directors of the 21-year-old event.
Police in Taiwan's capital, Taipei, arrested two men and two women Friday during a raid on a website operator and a DVD-R burner lab.
PVR Pictures, the movie-making arm of India's second largest cinema chain PVR, has received a cash injection of INR1.2 billion ($28 million) from two venture capital outfits.
Sports pic "Chak De! India" (Come on India) was the appropriate winner at the Indian Intl. Film Awards on Sunday with eight trophies.
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The New York Asian Film Festival is set to unspool 43 movies at two venues in Gotham (June 20-July 6.)
Wong Kar-wai will after all head the jury of the upcoming Shanghai Int'l Film Festival (June 14-22.)
It is still difficult to speak of an Asian film industry or an Asian box office market, as the region is so divided. But there are some small signs of change, especially those concerning China.