DAILY BRIEF: Feb 22, 2021


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    Luxury Looks to TikTok Commerce, Hollywood Union, Ad Surge

    TikTokers are now eligible to join Hollywood’s biggest union: Influencers across all social media platforms can now organize via the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Content Commerce Insider

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    Hong Kong’s Filmart Online Finds “Opportunity in a Crisis” for 2021 Edition

    Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (Filmart Online, March 15-18) is returning to its traditional dates after being pushed into August last year due to the pandemic, and will take place online for the second time. Screen Daily

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    Chinese Reality Show Draws Domestic, International Attention

    Following the debut of the first two episodes of Chuang 2021 on China's streaming platform Tencent Video, the show has become a hot topic on social media platforms both at home and abroad, such as Sina Weibo and Twitter. Global Times

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    Online Literature Writes New Chapter for Movies and TV Series

    As one of the fastest growing businesses in the internet industry, online literature has become a main source to spawn films and TV series, said a report released by veteran insiders. China.org.cn

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    CCTV to Officially Resume NBA Broadcasts in Early March

    China Central Television (CCTV), China's state broadcaster, will resume the live streaming of NBA basketball games on March 8, starting with the 2020/21 season's All-Star Game, a renowned Chinese basketball reporter disclosed on Saturday. Global Times