Russia's top film and television producers have joined together to forge a common anti-recession policy as buyers bargain for lower prices on content.
James Bond, now in his 46th year as a worldwide cinematic franchise, isn't showing any signs of wear and tear.
You wait years for an Israeli animated film and then two come along at the same time.
With a haul of 51 gold medals and hundreds of millions of dollars in sponsorship and ad revenues for state broadcaster CCTV, it's probably fair to say that China has good reason to be happy with the…
There are few regions better qualified than Asia to demonstrate the prowess of Internet Protocol Television.
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.
It is an understatement to say Singapore likes to see itself as a hub. Government policy makes the city-state a hub of many things -- from moviemaking to casinos, from silicon chip manufacturing to…
Nobody likes to talk about it this way, but the very existence of the Siggraph Asia conference represents a small victory for Al Qaeda's efforts to undermine the U.S. economy.
Singapore has set out its stall as a center of finance for the entertainment industry in Asia, mixing a generous supply of soft-money options with a largely favorable regulatory environment. Now…
In-flight entertainment's about to take off in a new direction. Virgin America this week flipped the switch on a Wi-Fi service it will offer on all its planes by the middle of next year, letting…