China cyber watchdog punishes the country’s major online live streaming platforms for spreading “vulgar” content.
Episode 68 of Tech Buzz China features our co-host Rui Ma in dialogue with Shang Koo, the CFO of M17 Entertainment, or M17.asia, which is a livestreaming company popular in Taiwan and Japan.
Baidu, Inc. today announced it will actively promote its livestreaming service in 2020 as a way to build its mobile ecosystem.
Taobao Live, Alibaba Group’s live-streaming platform, saw a sharp rise in brand activity this past month as merchants slowly resumed operations amidst the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Within the past week, four US shareholder rights litigation firms announced an investigation into claims against Chinese livestreaming platform Douyu.
Episode 54 of TechBuzz China is about the rise of the influencer and idol economies in China, which is a major trend that has created an entirely new ecosystem online.
Several Chinese short video/live broadcast applications made it into the Top 20 of Apple’s App Store and Google Play in terms of downloads and revenue outside mainland China during the second quarter of 2019.
Inke Inc. welcomed its first trading day on July 12 on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, starting with a 40 percent surge on its share price within the first 15 minutes.