Vlogs May Be Hot in China But Investors Remain Cool

 /  Opinion  / 
Online video platforms and tech giants alike are looking for “the next big thing,” and some see great potential for vlogging in China. However, the capital markets in China are still on the fence, with little or no investment happening to date. Read More

Vlogs, Once Ignored in China, Are Suddenly in Vogue

 /  Chinasplaining  / 
Tech companies hungry for the newest hype turn to a tested format. Read More

Bytedance Sues iQiyi for Streaming Boy Band Episode of An Original Show

 /  News  / 
Beijing’s Haidian Court announced that it’s accepted a suit by content purveyor Bytedance against Baidu’s video platform iQiyi for allegedly streaming an episode of an original show. Read More

Short Video App Douyin Launches Mini-program Feature

 /  Entertainment Marketing  / 
By tapping a small green icon in a promotional video posted by Universal Studios on the short-video app Douyin, users are redirected to a mini-program for China’s popular ticketing platform Maoyan to purchase tickets for 'The Grinch.' Read More

Three Le.com Executives Resign as Company Faces over RMB 3 Billion in Debts

 /  News  / 
Company says executives' resignations will not affect its daily operations and management. Read More

Headlines from China: Short-formed Vertical Video is The Future?

 /  Headlines From China  / 
Online video platforms seem to have realized this new reality and started jumping on the short-video craze. Read More

How to Navigate New Regulations in China’s Entertainment Industry

 /  Opinion  / 
China announced new foreign TV and streaming restrictions—what does this mean for Hollywood? Read More

China Video Streaming — 10 Top Trends

 /  Streaming  / 
The pace of change is so rapid that it’s always hard to keep up with developments in China. Here’s what’s going on in video streaming in China right now. Read More

‘The Story of Yanxi Palace’ Drives iQiyi Revenue as Profits Remain Elusive

 /  News  / 
Chinese period drama 'The Story of Yanxi Palace' garnered over 20 billion views between July and September, driving third-quarter user growth and revenue for iQiyi. Still, China’s leading video platform remains mired in red ink. Read More

Jia Yueting’s Le.com Shares Frozen Due to Unpaid Debts

 /  Money  / 
According to a recent notice posted to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange website, a Chinese court has ordered all of Jia’s Leshi shares to be frozen. In addition, 5 million shares that Jia pledged to Orient Securities have been released due to an unpaid debt. Read More