Rising Chinese star Li Bingbing and Motion Picture Association boss Christopher Dodd will both be honored at the fourth annual U.S.-China Film Summit in Los Angeles.
Competition in China's online video sector is intensifying, and the prize is a stake in the world's fastest-growing platform for movie and TV content.
Co-productions remain a key vehicle for Hollywood movies to get into China. But producers need to make sure their projects meet the tough local criteria. There has been a crackdown in the past few…
Digital delivery is one of the hottest topics at Hong Kong's Filmart, as more Chinese auds use their cellphones and tablets to access content. China has a population of 550 million webizens and the…
China's two biggest video websites, arch rivals Youku and Tudou, are setting aside their differences and planning a merger that will help them become the most competitive player in an industry that…
Disney is joining Warner Bros. and Lionsgate to provide films to You On Demand, touted as the first national pay-per-view and video-on-demand service in China.
Lionsgate and Saban Capital's new China venture Celestial Tiger Entertainment has inked content deals with local VOD platforms for film and TV content including "Mad Men," "Reservoir Dogs" and…
With companies looking to grow the video-on-demand market in China, they're starting to lock down deals with Hollywood, with 20th Century Fox the latest of the majors to make its homevideo titles…
Barry Diller probably has it right when he says he is planning a shopping spree for Asian media properties. But it takes someone with Diller's nerve and free cash resources to take the plunge.
Sohu.com, the Chinese web portal has signed a deal with China Central Television that gives it rights to webcast the Olympic Games in Beijing.
More bad news for Western media congloms vying to break into China's lucrative market: China's communist party has again tightened its grip on the industry with a raft of rules for TV dramas and…