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Asia's two key television trade shows are wooing budget-conscious broadcasters by taking place in Singapore on overlapping dates.
Singapore Cable Vision has been swallowed up by telco StarHub and is being ditched as a brand.
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Production house Double Vision is cranking up Malaysia's first local sudser, "Homecoming," the saga of a Chinese family who owns a herbal medicine and food shop in Kuala Lumpur.
The chairman of Disney Michael Eisner raised the bar on SoapNet 16 months ago when he called the Disney-owned 24-hour cable channel "the greatest thing that's happened to our company since chopped…
The NBC pilot "War Stories" lost its first battle -- but, thanks to an 11th-hour reprieve, it may still conquer primetime.
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