Web users in China have uploaded footage to domestic video streaming platform Bilibili that is suspected to have been obtained by hacking security cameras in public places, sparking public concern.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili is testing its "UPowerchain" related to the firm's Metaverse business.
Bilibili announced it has obtained exclusive digital media copyrights for the current and upcoming seasons (2021-2024) of the Football Association Challenge Cup in the Chinese mainland.
Bilibili announced today its unaudited financial results for the second quarter this year, with its net loss reaching 1.12 billion yuan, compared with 570.9 million yuan in the same period of 2020.
Renren Video, one of the most popular Chinese streaming platforms offering free subtitled foreign television shows and films, has been removed from Apple's iOS App store on June 6.
Bilibili, a leading video community for younger generations, on Thursday released its unaudited financial results for the first quarter of this year.
On Monday, Chinese streaming video service Le.com reported that the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) had fined the company 240 million yuan ($37 million) for a financial fraud running from 2007 to 2016.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili is set to raise HK$20.2 billion ($2.6 billion) from a secondary listing in Hong Kong, the company confirmed.
On Feb. 24, 2021, China’s leading video streaming platform Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) announced unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter of the year, as well as for the fiscal year ending on Dec. 31, 2020.
On Feb.3, Shanghai police detained 14 people from China’s largest subtitling site Renren Yingshi due to suspicions they pirated more than 20,000 Chinese and foreign television shows and films.
In an era where Chinese women as a whole start to question the long-existing gender norms, Mango seems to have found a recipe for women of all ages that would provoke discussion but in a gentle and discreet manner.
A group of nine film and television companies issued an appeal letter calling for solidarity and self-preservation on May 7, in an attempt to restore confidence in the industry.
Tencent, the company behind WeChat, China’s biggest social network, and India's leading mobile payment service company Paytm are planning to invest over $100 million in Indian video and audio streaming platform MX Player.
On Mar. 27, the video streaming platform Kuaishou officially released the “Leaders of Intangible Cultural Heritage” project.