Rojam is the brand name of Rojam Entertainment Holdings Limited, a Japanese–owned entertainment company founded by Tetsuya Komuro in 1988. It has been listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange as HK8075 since May 2001, and is now known as Media Asia. The company headquarters is in Hong Kong. Its primary activity in mainland China was the operation of a nightclub in Shanghai, which was acquired by the Hong Kong company in 2002 and closed in December 2007.
Rojam is "Major" spelled backward, which allegedly highlighted the company's vision "To Be The MAJOR Entertainment Network in Asia".
Music production and distribution
The company produced music under its wholly owed record label, R and C Limited (co-owned with Yoshimoto Kogyo).
The company previously acquired and ran a disco in Shanghai, China (established 1999?, acquired 2002, closed December 2007) at 283 Huaihai Road, 4F Hong Kong Plaza, Shanghai, China, 200031. It was an early international dance club in Shanghai able to attract international acts such as Paul Oakenfold as early as 1999, and for a time was well regarded.
The company also opened a disco in Suzhou in 2017, however this did not perform well.
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