China’s video streaming platform iQIYI held the Shout out for Love Gala 2021 on Jan. 15, becoming the first platform in the industry to use multi-screen interactive livestreaming.
2020 has turned out to be an unpredictable year, but these 10 Chinese mobile apps have emerged successful in overseas markets, attracting new global users and hitting new DAU records.
Chinese suspense series “The Bad Kids“ won two prizes at the Asia Contents Awards unit of the 25th Busan International Film Festival.
Taiwan authorities are closing a regulatory loophole to block mainland tech companies including Tencent Holdings and Baidu from offering video streaming services on the island.
On Aug. 14, 2020, Chinese Baidu-backed video streaming service iQIYI announced its unaudited financial report for the second quarter ended June 30, 2020.
IQIYI announced Monday that it has bolstered its leadership team with the appointment of three new country managers who will oversee the company's ambitious strategic growth plan in Southeast Asia.
Hopefully, The Bad Kids may take the production quality of Chinese shows to another level. In the suspense drama market competition, the competition may have just begun.
In an era where Chinese women as a whole start to question the long-existing gender norms, Mango seems to have found a recipe for women of all ages that would provoke discussion but in a gentle and discreet manner.
IQIYI's pre-market gain widened to 40% as Tencent had approached Baidu, which owns 56.2% of iQIYI, with the plan of becoming iQIYI's largest shareholder.
iQIYI, online video platform based in Beijing, announced its appointment of Kuek Yu-Chuang as vice president of international business, effective immediately.
Chinese search engine giant Baidu Inc. (BIDU) Monday reported a 7% year-on-year decline in its total revenue to 22.5 billion yuan ($3.18 billion) for the first quarter of 2020, beating Wall Street estimates of $3.1 billion.
Tech Planet reported Thursday that Alibaba has started an internal trial of its secretly-developed video blog (vlog) application "Cuyan".
A group of nine film and television companies issued an appeal letter calling for solidarity and self-preservation on May 7, in an attempt to restore confidence in the industry.
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.
American Muddy Waters Research and Wolfpack Research announced respectively that they were conducting a comprehensive investigation of IQIYI.