Beverly Hills-based telco billionaire Dr. Bhupendra K. Modi is poised to buy a 32% interest in Sony's Indian TV arm for some $320 million.
Cricket is in danger of knocking all other entertainment out of the ballpark in India.
Is it possible that increased buying in Cannes by Asian distributors will compensate for the tough conditions affecting the film sales market? Just maybe.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards is launching a movie academy headed by Australian screen vet Jack Thompson.
Tata Sky, the Indian satellite TV platform that is jointly owned by the Tata Group and News Corp. subsidiary Star TV, has accumulated 2 million subscribers. It passed the landmark some 20 months…
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards is to launch a movie academy headed by Australian screen legend Jack Thompson as its patron.
Tata Sky, the Indian satellite TV platform that is jointly owned by the Tata Group and News Corp. subsidiary STAR TV, has accumulated two million subscribers.
Foreign sales company Fortissimo Films has picked up international rights to Madonna's Malawi docu "I Am Because We Are."
India had 261 million mobile phone subscriptions at the end of March, making it the world's second-largest cellular market in numerical terms after China and ahead of the U.S.
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom has scooped up more than 300 hours of high definition programming from Granada International, the content sales arm of U.K. commercial broadcaster ITV.
Indian group Adlabs Films has bought Lotus Five Star Cinemas, Malaysia's third largest cinema chain.