A new version of the pay-TV environment is emerging – and, in the kinds of deals programmers will sign for their content, it looks pretty more...

By the time APOS wraps on 27 April, a major question will be answered: Will Hong Kong Cable TV parent, i-Cable Communications, renew its more...

When Korean formats producers and creators took to the stage at the MIP TV market in Cannes this month, it was with a brave face against a more...

Vietnam, Thailand and China lead Asia’s formats market this year. The three markets account for a combined share of 49% (102 titles) of the more...

Asked what they think is the one thing that will make the most difference to their business this year, media execs with Asian businesses more...

Japan, the world’s second largest content market after the U.S., stands to benefit most from China’s current freeze on all things Korean, more...

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Nippon TV takes a film version of TV crime drama, The Last Cop, to theatres in Japan in May, driving even further the multi-platform agenda more...

Japanese broadcaster Fuji TV is staking out a stronger global footprint, leveraging the successes of formats such as Iron Chef and Hole in more...

For all the angst over the future of factual, the debate over the lines between fact and fake and where to draw them, whether or not the more...

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