A memorial video for a Russian content creator has gone viral on Bilibili in the past week. The video features special "bullet chats" in Russian sent from Chinese users of the app.
Chinese live-streaming platform Bilibili's uploader He Tongxue released a video featuring his self-made AirDesk on Monday. Up to now, the broadcast volume for the video has sent Loctek shares soaring by 14%.
On Monday, Chen Rui, Chairman and CEO of Chinese video sharing platform Bilibili, delivered a speech at the 2021 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit.
To maintain a healthy online community environment, the website will focus on some recently used online words that stigmatize occupations and abbreviate or distort semantics to engage in personal attacks.
Bilibili announced today its unaudited financial results for the second quarter this year, with its net loss reaching 1.12 billion yuan, compared with 570.9 million yuan in the same period of 2020.
Chinese video sharing platform Bilibili recently tested its new auto-tune remix video editor function, which aims to help uploaders produce remix-themed videos more easily, Tech Planet reported on Monday.
LatePost reported on Wednesday that the number of daily active users of video platform Bilibili has exceeded 65 million, surpassing Youku to become the third largest long-form video platform after iQiyi and Tencent Video.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili is set to raise HK$20.2 billion ($2.6 billion) from a secondary listing in Hong Kong, the company confirmed.
Chinese video streaming platform, Bilibili, was sued by its competitor iQIYI over copyright issues, a court document shows.
On Feb. 24, 2021, China’s leading video streaming platform Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) announced unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter of the year, as well as for the fiscal year ending on Dec. 31, 2020.
China’s leading video-streaming platform Bilibili is facing a severe backlash on social media due to what critics claim is offensive video content involving child porn, incest, and voyeurism.
China’s leading video streaming platform Bilibili released its 2020 Bilibili Influencers Report (in Chinese) this week to highlight the significant growth the influencers brought to the platform in the past year.
On Jan. 16, China’s leading video streaming platform Bilibili partnered with Shanghai Media Tech to present China’s first virtual idol musical film Vox Ultima (创世之音), meaning the voice from the new world.
On Jan.14, Bilibili E-sports, part of the eponymous Chinese video streaming platform, raised 180 million yuan in an initial round of funding led by the Zhejiang Chuangxiang Cultural Fund.
Though 2020 played out much differently than most of us anticipated, Chinese advertisers still managed to create some unique and noteworthy marketing campaigns.