Momolay is a mobile-first entertainment and social news startup that’s rapidly gaining a wide audience in the once military junta-controlled Myanmar.
China's biggest internet companies are getting into the movie business.
An IMAX for your pocket? That's how PaPa is presenting its portable projector, and investors are buying in.
This startup from Singapore is trying to stake its own claim in the online video landgrab.
PressPlay offers passengers a wide selection of entertainment in the form of movies, games and songs while they are traveling in bus.
A edutainment app from the West has become one of China's top-grossing kids apps. How did PlayKids do it?
Like its American counterpart, the video-on-demand startup will offer unlimited access to TV shows and movies from all over the world - with a twist.
Ecommerce titan Alibaba revealed over the weekend that it has tapped iconic Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai for its first movie. It’s being made by Alibaba Pict...
China is toughening its stance on piracy at the same time it's clamping down on foreign TV shows and movies.
This Steve Aoki-endorsed Q&A service helps Japanese fans and western musicians understand each other
AsQme allows Japanese audiophiles to pose questions in their native tongue and receive subtitled video replies from their favorite foreign artists.
Youku says Heyi Films will produce films "to the tastes of the Chinese audience" and "improve film marketing and distribution."
Alibaba inks deal with Mad Men and Hunger Games studio for exclusive content on its set-top box in China
Users of Tmall's set-top box in China next month will be able to watch shows and movies like Mad Men, Twilight, and The Hunger Games.
Its first offering is a 20-episode mockumentary about a social media startup called Get Social.
Beyond the big screen, China's internet giants lie in wait as dominant future avenues to reach audiences, and they're all hungry for original content.
The self-proclaimed “China’s answer to Pixar” was founded by Tudor founder Gary Wang over a year ago after Tudou merged with Youku.
Google has partnered with local streaming media services Tving and Hoppin to give users acccess to "tens of thousands of videos, movies, and popular TV shows."
Hollywood HD is an online movie streaming platform available only in Thailand. It’s made by the same team as Ploenjit Media Company Limited, which developed the...
Spotify, the popular music-streaming service, has launched in Taiwan this morning. According to the www.spotify.com/tw site, the service has two payment tiers. ...
In an all-too-rare instance of web companies and content providers teaming up to give users exactly what they want, China’s video sites are currently thriving, ...