DAILY BRIEF

Jul 10, 2020

NEWS YOU SHOULDN’T MISS

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    China Now Has 904m Internet Users – 75m More Than Last Year

    A report published by the research division of the South China Morning Post puts some new figures on the growth of internet access in China – a key driver for the streaming music market there. The report claims that there are now 904 million internet users in China – 63% of the population – with 75 million having been added in the last year. Music Ally

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    College Graduates with Tech, Live-streaming Skills Most In-demand In China’s Job Market, Survey Says

    The live-streaming boom has driven up demand for graduates in fields such as film production, journalism and broadcast communications. South China Morning Post

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    Short Dramas Gain Traction In China

    China's film and television industry was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic — movie theaters still haven't re-opened. But internet dramas, on the other hand, have given the industry a lease of life, in particular short dramas, which have become more popular in China in recent times. CGTN

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    TV Series Uses 8K Cameras to Provide Sharper Look at Shanghai Romance

    "Love in Shanghai", a TV drama which is perhaps the first of its kind to shoot the whole series using 8K cameras, recently wrapped up production in Shanghai. China Daily

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    iQIYI CMO Vivian Wang Named as One of Asia-Pacific's 50 Most Influential Marketers

    IQiyi is pleased to announce that Vivian Wang, the Company's Chief Marketing Officer and President of its New Consumer Business Group, has been included in Campaign Asia's 2020 Asia-Pacific Power List. PR Newswire