UPDATED: Gross theatrical box office in China grew by just 3% in 2016, reaching RMB45.3 billion in local currency terms. That compared with RMB43.9 billion in 2015. In U.S. dollar terms the data…
Chinese media must not promote 'Western lifestyle,' satirize classic works of Chinese literature or encourage decadent behavior, according to a new directive from media regulators on Monday. Instead…
The Chinese government may seek to put limits on the pay of actors and actresses in a bid to curb runaway inflation of talent remuneration. The State Administration for Press Publication Radio Film…
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…
China is to give its film industry a boost over Hollywood with the introduction of a tax break reward scheme for cinema operators.
Chinese authorities have punished film distributor Beijing Max Screen for manipulating the box office of recently released "Ip Man 3." The company is to be suspended from releasing films for a month…
China says that it will introduce a film law this year. Confirmation comes at a time when box office reporting is being questioned again.
Foreign-owned media or joint ventures in China will not be able to publish online without prior approval.
China's leading streaming video sites have removed some of the most popular local shows, as regulators try to catch up with evolving tech
China's media regulators will this week launch a new round of their regular campaign against box office fraud.
China's film and TV regulators have banned plug-in software that has allowed TV viewers to access foreign TV shows through set-top decoders.