iQIYI Sports, a video streaming platform owned by Beijing-based tech giant Baidu, announced on Thursday that it has won the rights to broadcast Italian Serie A football competitions.
Many business executives responsible for content have reportedly left Chinese streaming platform iQIYI following an organizational restructuring at the end of 2021.
Despite substantial efforts by the NFL at globalizing interest in American football, sports fans in China remain largely indifferent.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili held a digital event on Friday to unveil several awards such as the Top 100 Uploaders, the Newcomer Award of the Year, the Best Work of the Year and the Social Contribution of the Year.
Chinese internet service and app provider Hengteng Networks announced its plan to work with Tencent, one of the largest integrated Internet service providers in China.
On Wednesday, Chinese streaming platform Bilibili released its list of the top 100 Chinese products which are popular among Generation Z. The list was compiled using Bilibili's big data platform named "Z Index".
Bilibili announced its video uploader copyright protection program, providing services including cross-platform infringement content detection and one-click rights protection for individual creators in the video platform.
According to an official news released by the English Premier League, Chinese streaming platform iQiyi has struck a deal with the English Premier League, giving iQiyi exclusive new media broadcast rights in Mainland China and Macao for the 2021 to 2024 football seasons.
The web page and mobile terminal of Bilibili broke down Tuesday night, attracting wide attention from Chinese netizens. The company's share price dropped for a while due to this server failure.
Chinese streaming giant Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) confirmed on Tuesday that it is facing heightened scrutiny from antitrust regulators after reporting better-than-expected first quarter financial results the previous day.
On Monday, Chinese streaming video service Le.com reported that the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) had fined the company 240 million yuan ($37 million) for a financial fraud running from 2007 to 2016.
China’s top three video streaming platforms announced their cooperation in launching the first online cinema project in the country during China’s Lunar New Year holiday.
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.
To congregate as many niche communities in one site and celebrate all is one thing, to try to introduce the site in a way that appeases the mass majority is another.
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.