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  1. Tokyo Film Fest to Feature New Audience Award

    2:06 am 8/1/2014

    The $10,000 award will be part of the main competition prizes and is being run jointly with Wowow, Japan's biggest satellite TV network.Read more

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  2. China's Alibaba Invests in Maker of 'The Hobbit' Mobile Game

    1:46 am 8/1/2014

    The e-commerce giant invests $120 million in free-to-play company Kabam, which is behind such titles as "Fast & Furious 6: The Game" and an upcoming "The Hunger Games" mobile game.Read more

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  3. ‎Chinese Web Giant Tencent Moves Into Online Games, Novels

    1:00 am 8/1/2014

    Tencent Literature pacts with Giant Interactive as Internet novels increasingly become go-to source of inspiration for game and film producers in China. Read more

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  4. Sundance Film Fest Heading to Hong Kong For a New Film Series

    11:00 pm 7/31/2014

    The Sundance Film Institute is joining forces with The Metroplex to offer a satellite program of eight films, which will screen in September.Read more

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  5. Chinese TV Station Head Arrested for Suspected Corruption

    9:07 pm 7/31/2014

    Liu Wen, the director-general of documentary channel CCTV-9, has been detained on suspicion of economic malpractice Chinese media reports say. Read more

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  6. 'Transformers' in China: The Hidden Costs of a $300 Million Hit

    5:00 am 7/31/2014

    Paramount suffers "growing pains" over a mega movie plagued by legal threats and a culture of distrust.Read more

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  7. Sony Film Unit Profit Rises on 'Spider-Man 2,' '22 Jump Street' Box Office

    11:26 pm 7/30/2014

    UPDATED: The company's gaming unit swung to a profit as film operating profit rose to $78 million, more than double the figure in the year-ago period when "After Earth" underperformed expectations.Read more

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  8. K-Pop Star And North Korean Defectors to Perform on Korean-Japanese Disputed Territory

    11:16 pm 7/30/2014

    South Korean singer Lee Seung-chul has collaborated with Grammy-winning artist Steve Hodge to promote peace messages on the controversial Liancourt Rocks.Read more

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  9. China Likely to Launch Quotas for Foreign TV Shows Offered Online (Report)

    10:23 pm 7/30/2014

    The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television is planning to fix quotas on imported TV shows shown on video websites like Sohu and Youku Tudou.Read more

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  10. Shanghai Disneyland to Benefit From High-Speed Train Line

    9:05 pm 7/30/2014

    The $5.5 billion theme park and holiday resort project will be integrated into city's transport system with proposals for a "Disney Express" train services also likely to get the go-ahead. Read more

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