Official data Saturday confirmed the 2013 growth of the Chinese box office.
Li Ming, chairman of Beijing Galloping Horse Group, one of China's leading private sector film and TV groups, died Thursday, age 47.
NP Singh has been promoted to CEO of Multi Screen Media, (formerly Sony Entertainment Television), one of India's leading broadcast TV groups.
Hit U.S. comedy show "Saturday Night Live" has begun to be shown online in China via Sohu Video.
China's box office grew by 27% in 2013, rising from $2.7 billion (RMB17 billion) in 2012 to an estimated $3.57 billion (RMB21.6 billion) last year.
Gross box office in Hong Kong pushed ahead by a modest 4.2% in 2013 to hit US$210 million.
Chinese multi-millionaire Chen Guangbiao is preparing a takeover bid for the New York Times, according to media reports.
Top Chinese director Zhang Yimou may be fined over $1 million for flouting China's one child policy.
Bollywood blockbuster "Dhoom 3" has collected a gross of $58 million worldwide in its first week on release.
CJ-CGV, the South Korean cinema group, has become the world's number five multiplex chain, as measured by admissions. The company expects to sell over 100 million tickets this year.
Yash Raj Films' action thriller "Dhoom 3" opened with a roaring $9.54 million worldwide total on its opening day -- including a U.S. Bollywood record.