MIAMI — At a time when television's import-export business is booming, China is eyed by Western media companies as Shangri-La, a market more than double times the size of the U.S. with some 400…
China appears to have confirmed that it is to ban South Korean content from its TV screens in reprisal against the Korean government's decision to deploy the U.S.-made Terminal High Altitude Area…
China's media regulator Monday called for the country to accelerate the growth of competitive media conglomerates. The State Administration of Press Publication, Radio, Film and Television said that…
Chinese broadcasters and producers have this week struck a string of TV co-production deals with production houses from Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The unrelated moves underline the growing…
Keshet International sells car-themed entertainment show "Trade Up," to China Central Television.
Bi Fujian, a comedian and host on China Central Television, is to be "seriously dealt with" following jokes he made about the late Communist Party leader Mao Zedong.
In a further step toward the conquest of the Chinese TV market, Brazilian TV giant Globo has just licensed period telenovela "Side by Side," winner of a 2013 Intl. Emmy Award, to China Central…
China Central Television (CCTV), the state-run broadcasting giant, has appointed a computer technician as its new president.
It is the first time China's leading state-owned network group remakes a Korean series.
Corruption probe widens its reach.
Canada's DHX Media and China National Television are set to launch a new Internet platform company in China focused on children's entertainment.
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