Kelvin Tan, Asia Editor

Anne Zhao, the managing director of the Chinese arm of the Infront agency, has resigned and is to be replaced by current deputy managing director Dana Song
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A stream of an NBA game between Miami Heat and the LA Lakers by Chinese platform Tencent Sports was interrupted on Saturday because a man seated in the front row of the crowd was wearing a shirt with the…

A new partnership formed by Indonesian media group Surya Citra Media, satellite direct-to-home TV provider Nex Parabola and satellite operator SES will live-broadcast Uefa Champions League and Europa League…

The Philippines Basketball Association is set to announce a deal with the Hunan World Research Internet Co. Ltd (HWRICL) to air league games live and exclusively on television in China

The National Basketball Association announced on Tuesday that selected 2019-20 regular-season games will be live streamed in the Philippines for free on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.

Australian gambling and entertainment group Tabcorp has signed a multi-year agreement with the National Basketball Association to show the NBA TV channel in more than 4,400 retail and entertainment venues…

NBA commissioner Adam Silver has responded to the recent furore over Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey's tweets on the Hong Kong democracy protests, saying the league would back the right to…

Sony Pictures Networks India has acquired the exclusive media rights in the Indian subcontinent for the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Australian public-service broadcaster SBS has secured a two-season deal for rights to show two live NBA games and one live Women's NBA game per week

The Football Association of Malaysia announced that national public broadcaster Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM) and pay-TV broadcaster Astro are joint broadcasters for all four national team home matches…

Malaysian pay-television broadcaster Astro and telco Maxis Communications have signed an agreement to offer bundled broadband with content

Discussions on a joint-venture between Chinese conglomerate Alibaba's streaming platform Youku Sports and Suning's own streaming platform PPTV have broken down, according to media reports