China’s Entertainment and Culture Industry is Quickly Realizing the Power of IP

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Major entertainment and cultural players are moving aggressively into the IP game. The attractive Chinese market holds challenges and opportunities. The theme of China’s reliance on international IP is still strong, but demands in emotional reciprocity and generation Z’s rise are creating a new landscape. Read More

Entertainment Finance: Where Will the Money Come From?

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Entertainment finance has had its ups and downs, but with the industry going through a major change, how will financing methods and models evolve? Read More

IQiyi Wants In on Short-Video Craze

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China’s Netflix equivalent, iQiyi Inc., has finally jumped on the Chinese craze for short-video apps, saying its new app will become the company’s major offering over the next one to three years. Read More

Popular ‘Rage Comics’ Brand Gagged for Making Fun of Martyrs

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Baozou Manhua in trouble over jokes about civil war heroes — just a week after its spinoff film closed a huge Netflix deal. Read More

iQiyi to Include FilmNation Content in Its Lineup

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On-demand video streaming platform iQiyi (爱奇艺) has inked an exclusive three-year deal with American independent film production company FilmNation, granting it exclusive rights to all of FilmNation’s content in mainland China. Read More

The Future of Content: US and China Shift the Paradigm

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User experience is shaping the way content is being created, distributed and consumed. The future of storytelling is drastically changing, and being led by countries with the largest media consuming populations, from being featured on the big screen to now being played in the palm of our hands. Read More

Nasdaq-Listed iQiyi Reports 57% Increase in Revenue

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Chinese on-demand video streaming platform iQiyi (爱奇艺) has reported a 57% year-on-year increase in revenue in its first financial report since its IPO. Read More

Headlines from China: Nasdaq Welcomes ‘China’s Netflix’ iQiyi Today

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Today, iQiyi (IQ) rang the Nasdaq stock market opening bell in celebration of its IPO. Founded in 2010 by Chinese internet giant Baidu, iQiyi is one of the largest video-streaming platforms in China. Read More

iQiyi Reveals User Numbers and Net Loss Since Inception in IPO Filing

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iQiyi (爱奇艺), the Chinese entertainment company famous for its video streaming service filed for an initial public offering in the US. In the filing, iQiyi stated that “We have had a net loss since its inception and may continue to suffer losses in the future.” Read More

BuzzFeed Partners With Chinese News Aggregator Toutiao

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News aggregator Jinri Toutiao has tied the knot with American media outlet BuzzFeed, reaching an agreement to share the latter’s video content on its platform. Read More