Rugrats and music fans in Singapore and Malaysia will be able to tune in to "Dora the Explorer" and 24-hour music videos, docus and concerts with the launch of Viacom's Nick Jr. and MTVN HD in the…
The three-day Asia Television Forum conference and trade show kicked off in Singapore with a flurry of deals that highlighted the relative rude health of the Asian TV sector and also underlined the…
Singapore, a small island nation of 4.8 million people and very limited resources, has built a formidable reputation as a can-do society. A prime recent example: the city-state's adoption of…
Latin American broadcasting behemoth TV Globo is overhauling its international sales strategy by planning a move into international syndication and expanding beyond the normal broadcast slots for its…
Singapore's SingTel was Thursday awarded exclusive rights to UEFA Champions League soccer coverage and UEFA Cup matches for 2009-12.
News Corp.'s Star TV is launching Star Chinese Movies 2, a net dedicated to Chinese-language pics from the 1970s through1990s.
New nets from Sony Pictures Television Intl., the BBC and local preems for Shanghai Media Group's Dragon TV, marked Friday's entry into the pay TV market by Singapore's dominant phone company…
Singapore's dominant cabler StarHub Digital Cable will add five channels to its roster Thursday, giving its 478,000 customers more than 100 nets.
If Southeast Asia is to follow Japan and South Korea's lead, telcos have been expecting Singapore's high penetration of next-generation mobile phones (3G) to translate into early adoption of content…
Three media rivals have joined forces to launch the SARS Channel as the nation battles the killer pneumonia-like disease.