Veteran pop star still has power to shock in Asia as act includes scantily clad nuns pole-dancing on cross-shaped stripper poles.
Japan's Nippon Television Network Corp. has set up a Singapore subsidiary that will help it expand operations in Asia. The unit will be Nippon TV's third overseas division after offshoots in New York…
Singapore has slashed the number of books and magazines that are banned from being read or owned in the country. The Media Development Authority, which also regulates the film, TV and Internet…
Ever since opening two more soundstages totaling 28,000 square feet, Singapore's Infinite Studios has been hard at work feeding the beast with a multitude of international co-productions. The studio…
Singapore state media group MediaCorp has appointed director turned TV executive Cheah Chee Kong (better known as CheeK) to the newly created position of chief content officer.
A year ago, news that seven Singaporean directors were to collaborate on "7 Letters," an omnibus film celebrating a half century of independence for the island nation, was met with incredulity, and…
In 2011, the Media Development Authority of Singapore took a niche film festival, and reinvented it as ScreenSingapore, Southeast Asia's premier marketplace for filmed entertainment. Five years on…
You can’t be homesick unless you’re away from home. An anthology of shorts made by seven internationally known Singaporean helmers in response to the Lion City’s Golden Jubilee, “7 Letters”…
Netflix, the video-streaming giant, will continue its international expansion with the launch of services in the richest parts of Southeast Asia in early 2016. The U.S. company said that it will…
Newly launched online content store, Google Play has been told to remove "50 Shades of Grey" from sale in conservative Singapore.
A film project market will be added to the events that sit alongside the Asia TV Forum & Market in Singapore at the end of the year.