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  • BBCWW in Asian drama sales spree (Published in News) 14-05-2008
    BBC Worldwide's Hong Kong-based sales team has sealed a raft of sales for its stable of UK period and contemporary dramas, including its first drama sale to a terrestrial broadcaster in the Philippines.
  • Widening the hunt for Japanese toons (Published in Features) 17-04-2008
    With manga sales on the slide, piracy on the up and Japanese television having been somewhat pilfered since the Pokemon boom, producers are looking to new sources for their Japanimation needs.
  • Celestial strikes deals for martial arts library (Published in News) 07-04-2008
    MIP NEWS: Asian entertainment specialist Celestial Pictures has sealed television and new media deals in Europe and Japan for its Shaw Brothers martial arts titles.
  • NHK takes high-def higher (Published in News) 05-04-2008
    MIPDOC NEWS: Japanese pubcaster NHK is hitting the Croisette with a string of high-def deals already sealed and a number of copro deals agreed for the next incarnation of the format: super high-definition.
  • Typhoon to Rock It at Mip (Published in News) 04-04-2008
    Hong Kong-based distributor Typhoon Media has picked up Asian rights to preschool comedy adventure series Rock It just in time for its trip to MipTV next week.
  • Typhoon sweeps Kitty into new countries (Published in News) 04-03-2008
    Sanrio Digital property The Adventures of Hello Kitty and Friends is poised to air in a number of new international markets following sales finalised by Hong Kong distributor Typhoon Media.
  • Expanding Asian horizons (Published in Features) 21-02-2008
    MediaCorp's high-definition prodco Caldecott Productions is delving deeper into Asia on its genre-busting mission to unearth the best possible stories designed to diversify current factual schedules. Jo Anne Kenny reports.
  • Made in China (Published in Features) 28-11-2007
    As the Asia Television Forum gets underway in Singapore this week, Media Construction Group director Jonathan Finnigan tells Jo Anne Kenny about the company's new documentaries, such as Legacy of China, and other developments in the pipeline.
  • Building a global production hub (Published in Features) 27-11-2007
    Overseas TV production companies have flocked to Singapore in recent years, counting among their number Lucasfilm, Nat Geo, Discovery and Off The Fence. Jo Anne Kenny looks into the work of the city-state's Economic Development Board and Media Development Authority.
  • Singapore wave (Published in Features) 27-11-2007
    The arrival of IPTV service mioTV has weakened cable's stronghold in Singapore. As the industry prepares for the Asia Television Forum tomorrow, Jo Anne Kenny reports on the city-state's media landscape during this pivotal time.
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