Bilibili, a Shanghai-based video streaming platform, has ushered in "Yao-Chinese Folktales," an eight-part series inspired by traditional Chinese literary works. The series got an impressive score of 9.5/10 on Chinese social media and review site Douban.
Chinese lifestyle-sharing app Xiaohongshu has recently undergone an update, replacing the shopping section in the second column of the homepage with a new videos section, indicating the increasing importance of the medium.
Youku, a video streaming platform that operates as a subsidiary of Alibaba, changed the login rules for member accounts. Now, only one account can be logged in on a single smartphone simultaneously, down from the previous limit of three.
The producer of an animated series based on the science fiction hit novel series "The Three-Body Problem" officially announced on December 8 that the long-anticipated show will debut at 11:00 on December 10, and that two episodes will be broadcast on the first day.
Wang Zhikai, the former general manager of Bilibili's livestreaming center, has been transferred to the firm's "Star" department. The Star department has promoted the Chinese video sharing website to be launched successively in several Southeast Asian countries.
Chinese video content platform Bilibili on October 14 officially launched a new online shopping function within the livestreaming part of its homepage, ahead of the country's popular "Double 11" shopping festival.
At a launch event held on August 10 by Kuaishou's cloud video brand StreamLake, Senior Vice President of Kuaishou and Head of StreamLake Yu Bing said that Kuaishou has developed an intelligent video processing System on Chip (SoC) product called the SL200.
A Bilibili HR worker previously called the platform's core users "losers in life." On August 2, Bilibili officially responded, saying that after internal investigation, the HR interviewer had been dismissed at the end of last year.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili and one of its popular content uploaders jointly launched a series of customized digital collections on July 21, with a limited distribution of 5,000 copies.
On July 19, Tencent Video issued a statement denying reports of its strategic cooperation with short video streaming platform Kuaishou on the secondary creation of long-form videos.
On July 19, Baidu-backed video streaming platform iQIYI and ByteDance's short video app Douyin announced a new cooperation, under which the two sides will jointly explore secondary creation and the promotion of long video content.
A screenshot of an offer to sell more than 220 million pieces of user data obtained from Chinese video community Bilibili was circulated on the Internet. A Bilibili spokesperson denied the user data leak rumor on July 8.
Chen Rui, Chairman and CEO of Bilibili, declared that the platform’s mission is to create good content, and its job is to serve creators. There are 2,964 employees of the platform who serve uploaders full-time.
The first pay-per-view video from an independent uploader appeared on popular Chinese streaming platform Bilibili on Monday, marking a new step by the firm in its pursuit of paid content strategies, following lessons and movies.
News emerged on Tuesday that Baidu is negotiating with potential acquirers to sell its 53% stake in iQIYI, attracting interest from buyers including Hong Kong private equity firm PAG and China Mobile. iQIYI responded that this news is untrue.
Shanghai-based video platform Bilibili's livestreaming business unit is planning internal layoffs, with a list of employees to cut having been preliminarily drawn up.
The official account of Bilipods, a headset brand, was launched on Wednesday by Chinese video community Bilibili.
Shanghai-based video streaming platform Bilibili recently acquired a wholly-owned stake in Mobao Network, whose main business is the development of mobile games.
Tencent Video, the video streaming division of Chinese tech giant Tencent, is now attempting to motivate content creators through user traffic and cash subsidies.
Many business executives responsible for content have reportedly left Chinese streaming platform iQIYI following an organizational restructuring at the end of 2021.