Headlines from China: Who Is The Next Biggest Investor in The Chinese Film Market?

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Chinese film industry is not going downhill. Instead, it’s time for the industry to have another round of reform. Read More

Tencent’s Short Video App Weishi Ranks First in Apple App Store’s Free Apps

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Tencent’s short video app Weishi has become the most popular free app in the Apple App Store, after the social media and gaming giant quietly allowed some of its WeChat users to directly share and post videos from the app on WeChat. Read More

Headlines from China: Will Fake Ratings Become The Next Target of Chinese Authorities?

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Like tax evasion and box office fraud, fake TV ratings is another major problem that hinders the development of the Chinese entertainment industry. Read More

Headlines From China: Feng Xiaogang’s Scenes Deleted from Jia Zhangke’s ‘Ash Is Purest White’

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The theatrical screening permit of "Ash Is Purest White" shows that its total running time is 136 minutes, which is 6 minutes shorter than the version screened at Cannes Film Festival. Scenes that star Chinese director and actor Feng Xiaogang have been eliminated from the film. Read More

A History of China’s TV Matchmaking

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From flashy hosts to fake romance, the evolving format of China’s televised dating shows reflect changing attitudes toward dating and marriage. Read More

Headlines from China: The “Unlucky” Talent Television & Film Co.

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There were times when Talent Television and Film Co. gained tremendous attention, resources, and ultimately revenues because of its close collaborations with A-listers. Today, however, this model is taking a toll on the company. Read More

iQiyi Launches Short Video app Targeting The Elderly

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Baidu-owned video streaming platform iQiyi is taking the massively popular short video format and targetting a previously untapped segment of the market: the elderly. Read More

Headlines from China: Will This Be The End of Ticket Price Subsidy in China?

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China's film authorities will introduce new regulations on October 1, banning ticket price subsidy through online ticketing platforms, according to unnamed online sources. Read More

Mandatory Educational TV Show Gets Low Marks

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As the nation’s top broadcaster, CCTV charges advertisers as much as 100,000 yuan ($14,600) for every five seconds of weekend evening prime time. Read More

Headlines from China: A Look At Major Online Sports Channels in China

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Over the past few years, China's online sports networks experienced ups and downs. Boosted by the 2018 World Cup,  investors seem to have regained interest in this area. Read More