LeTV, one of China's top online video platforms, plans to expand from mainland China into the Hong Kong video entertainment market.
As the Hong Kong film industry has sought to keep up with the changes forced on it over the past 20 years it has been pulled in many different directions. But these days, only two sets of pressure…
Some 51 Hong Kong films were made in 2014, up nearly 20% from the previous year. By that measure Hong Kong's cinema industry has been on the upswing. But in reality, the status quo is more or less…
The Hong Kong government has renewed the free-to-air license of leading TV group Television Broadcasts (TVB).
The Hong Kong government has cancelled the broadcast license of Asia Television, the territory's oldest free-to-air TV network group.
New cinemas in mainland China are a profits drag for pan-Asia cinema group.
ATV announced news of the deal on its main evening news show.
Iconic production label founded by Run Run Shaw to be reinvigorated
Hong Kong film group, Media Asia expects to raise up to US$300 million for Dragon Tiger Capital Partners, a new film and TV investment fund. The fund is jointly backed by SM Entertainment, one of the…
Trade associations call for copyright legislation, more action on piracy
Showbox will unwrap a slew of big budget titles for pre-sale at this week's Hong Kong FilMart.