LONDON — German broadcasting giant ProSiebenSat.1 Media and German publishing titan Axel Springer have ended an attempt to merge, which would have created a business worth around Euros 14.4 billion…
Rising content costs and decreasing operating margins at online video subsidiary iQIYI contributed to flat profits at Chinese Internet giant Baidu at a time of steeply increasing revenue.
Australia's troubled free-to-air TV broadcaster Ten Network has appointed Paul Anderson as its sixth CEO in five years.
U.K. publisher Pearson has sold the Financial Times Group to Japan’s Nikkei Inc. for £844 million (approximately $1.3 billion) in cash. Pearson said on Thursday that it will now be completely focused…
Leading Australian distributor Transmission Films will see its films given video and online releases by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Investor follows Wanda lead, has links to Hony Capital and Bob Simonds' STX
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has created a music division that could match its ambitions in film and video.
China's LeTv Sports is to acquire a large package of soccer and other rights in a deal with MP & Silva, a Singapore-based sports marketing firm.
Netflix says that its planned move into China, the world's most populous nation, by 2016 is uncertain.
Shanghai Oriental Pearl and China Media Capital are to jointly buy a 5% stake in Infront Sports, the sports rights firm recently acquired by Dalian Wanda.
Chinese broadcaster, Star China Media has appointed Iris Xia. She replaces Vivian Yin, who is leaving to become CEO of FremantleMedia China.