Li Ruigang and two fellow executives from his China Media Capital group have taken three directorial positions at iconic Hong Kong studio Shaw Brothers. The company made famous by Sir Run Run Shaw…
Li Ruigang, head of China Media Capital, has been appointed vice chairman of Television Broadcasts (TVB,) Hong Kong's leading free-to-air TV broadcaster. Li, who has a vast array of corporate…
Li Ruigang, the chairman of China Media Capital, has been given the green light to be appointed as a non-executive director of Television Broadcasts (TVB,) Hong Kong’s leading free-to-air TV group…
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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…
CMC Capital Partners, part of Li Ruigang's China Media Capital (CMC) investment group, is understood to have raised $350 million in its latest dollar denominated fund-raising exercise. According to…
IMAX China and China Media Capital have established a movie production fund with which they anticipate co-financing a slate of 15 Chinese language films over the next three years. The China Film Fund…
China Media Capital, headed by Li Ruigang, underlines credentials as Hollywood's favored Chinese partner
Base FX, the Beijing-based company that provided visual effects for "The Force Awakens," has sold a share stake to China Media Capital.
A group of Chinese investors including China Media Capital have agreed to buy a minority stake in English soccer club Manchester City.
Private equity fund, China Media Capital is poised to sign a long term deal with Chinese Super League, the country's top soccer competition
China Media Capital and Warner Bros. have unveiled a pact to produce a slate of tentpole Chinese-language movies.