China has announced new controls on content posted to online video sites. Separately, there is to be additional scrutiny of Chinese-language book publishing.
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.
Overseas industryites are gathering in the Chinese capital for the third Beijing Film Festival, which this year will continue to focus on growing overseas business and co-productions while taking a…
Youku Tudou will up its imports of U.S. content to 33 hit shows, including "Vampire Diaries," "Pretty Little Liars," "Elementary," "Modern Family" and "2 Broke Girls."
China's growing muscle as a global player, and what that means for the Hong Kong biz, was the hot topic at this year's Filmart, the annual Hong Kong Intl. Film and TV Market.
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…
Faced with a shrinking international theatrical market for foreign-language films, Unifrance, the Gallic film promotion org, is upping the ante with its online fest, MyFrenchFilmFestival.
China's biggest online video company, Youku Tudou, pacted with Sony Pictures Television Tuesday to bring more than 300 new and classic Sony titles to its Youku Premium platform.
Independent film sellers are finding that the patchwork of overseas video-on-demand platforms represent a godsend due to competition for exclusives within territories and mushrooming aggregate sales.
Japanese bureaucrats, especially those in the mighty trade ministry METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry), have long actively promoted what they consider key export industries, from cars to…
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