The New York Times is zeroing in on a possible replacement for David Carr, the influential media-industry columnist who died suddenly in February, according to people familiar with the situation. The…
With the good times continuing to roll at Disney, CEO Robert Iger has cashed in some of his stock in the company, taking in some $21.7 million by selling 200,000 shares, according to an official…
Daniel Zhang, newly appointed as CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, says that international expansion is the company's top priority.
Chinese property and entertainment giant unveils "The Ghouls" at Cannes, confirms global cinema ambitions.
Chinese- and English-language versions of "Turandot" are set to be the first two movies produced through a new partnership between Canada's Stratagem and Chengdu Tianyin Culture Communication.
Cable and telecom trade associations asked the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to stay the FCC’s move to reclassify the Internet as a Title II telecommunications service, a regulatory maneuver to give…
Chinese media moguls, Jack Ma and Wang Jianlin are backing new sports rights venture LeTV Sports in a $129 million funding round. Jack Ma is the founder and chairman of Chinese e-commerce giant…
The Hong Kong government has renewed the free-to-air license of leading TV group Television Broadcasts (TVB).
A newly formed coalition of small and independent producers — including Millennium Films, Voltage Pictures and FilmNation Entertainment — is taking aim at one of the signature anti-piracy initiatives…
The best way to understand Verizon Communications’ $4.4 billion acquisition of AOL is to think of it in the mold of Comcast’s 2010 purchase of NBCUniversal. “You have vertical integration — content…