Imagine sitting on a train hurtling through the countryside at nearly 200 miles per hour and being able to see your favorite TV show on your phone.
True to its self-definition that it is a "festa" -- a party -- rather than another conventional film festival, the RomeFilmFest has assembled a rich mix of populist pics and more eclectic fare…
Not one but two casinos are planned for Singapore, although with actual gambling space capped at a small percentage of overall area, a new phrase has been coined: the Integrated Resort (IR).
Lotte, a massive retail/construction conglomerate that ranks as Korea's fifth-largest business group, has secured its place as Korea's No. 2 exhibitor -- but has ambitions to expand in other sectors.
Distrib Fox Searchlight is calling Mira Nair's latest pic, "The Namesake," her most personal film to date. For her part, Nair says that the story, based on the novel by Jhumpa Lahiri, struck a nerve…
Having built its reputation on achieving its goals, Singapore is now a financial, technological and scientific hub, an economic powerhouse that underwent accelerated evolution from Third World to…
A variation on L.A. and New York stage hit "Jewtopia" is going into development as a film project, with producer Tucker Tooley optioning a screenplay from the show's creators.
On the eve of the main Mipcom market action, several key U.S. companies unveiled deals that they expect to trumpet throughout the week on the Riviera.
Indians accessing TV news are spoiled for choice, with four English-language and a plethora of Hindi and regional-language channels pitching news at them 24/7 -- in what looks like a largely…
South Korea doesn't appear among the top 10 countries ranked by GDP, either in cash terms or in purchasing power. But the nation's economic weight in the entertainment business should not be…
Television via the Web -- or Internet Protocol TV -- gets people all worked up. Not just in arguments about whether TV that is so ubiquitous is good for anyone or because it poses a genuine threat to…