Chinese video sharing website Bilibili called All the Videos You Love released a brand new video on YouTube, getting overseas exposure.
China cyber watchdog punishes the country’s major online live streaming platforms for spreading “vulgar” content.
Chinese video sharing platform Bilibili announced that it will bring 85 National Geographic documentaries to its viewers after reaching a new agreement with Buena Vista International.
Chinese video platform Bilibili is to launch a multi-functional remote-sensing educational satellite, aiming to arouse interest among the youth in China.
Chinese video hosting service Bilibili released its Q1 2020 financial results on May 19.
China’s “largest youth community” Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) caused a stir on the interwebs when they released a 4-minute video (Chinese, English fan-dub) for May 4th Youth Day in China titled “The Waves Behind.”
Chinese gaming companies recorded robust revenue growth on mobile platforms in April, as major players in the field roll out content updates for their existing games and launch new titles.
Discussions over iQIYI’s next ten years resurfaced as it faced its tenth anniversary on April 22. With a host of challenges ahead, iQIYI, which is now so much more than a video provider, still strives to sell its “Online Disney” story to both investors and users.
Chinese video sharing website Bilibili received $400 million in strategic investment from Sony and will further collaborate with the Japanese conglomerate, it announced on Thursday.
Bilibili presented a documentary "In Wuhan", the first of its kind to document the realities of life in Wuhan during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Amidst all New Year’s Eve countdown shows, Bilibili’s New Year Concert has to be the most special.
On January 2, Bilibili and QQ Music jointly announced an in-depth strategic cooperation. The two parties will join hands in supporting musicians, as well as promoting high-quality music production.
Chinese online video content provider Bilibili has joined forces with electric car innovator Tesla to provide in-car infotainment services.
In episode 57, co-hosts Rui Ma and Ying-Ying Lu talk about Bilibili, a Chinese company that has no easy Western comparable — even as it sells a narrative of being “the YouTube of China.”
Bilibili, a Chinese video sharing platform, has confirmed on December 6 that the company has reached a strategic partnership agreement with the world’s famous PC game League of Legends.