BEIJING — Television producer Larry Namer, who co-founded E! Entertainment Television, spends most of his time in Beijing, working on a slate of projects longer than the Great Wall. He's pushing…
Elite World, the world's largest modeling agency, has teamed up with Larry Namer's Metan Development Group to co-produce a 12-part, reality show "China's Elite Model," scheduled to bow in summer 2013.
Unlike the film business in the West, the Chinese biz is completely reliant on box office, with no coin generated by ancillary sales.
China's celebrity focus is very much on local stars, Hong Kong warblers, Taiwanese thesps and Korean multihyphenates, but despite the dominance of local Asian talent, there is a growing curiosity…
BEIJING -- China's celebrity focus is very much on local stars, Hong Kong warblers, Taiwanese thesps and Korean multihyphenates, but Justin Bieber, Avril Lavigne, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga and Adele…
Warner Bros. is looking to expand its reach in China into TV production with a deal to adapt "Gossip Girl" for Mandarin-lingo auds.
Canadian media giant Torstar Corp. is launching a basic cable network in the U.S. that will run movie trailers of current releases and localized movie theater listings.
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