On the morning of August 10, Victor Zhou, the founder, chairman and CEO of Chinese question-and-answer platform Zhihu, announced that its average monthly paid members exceeded 10 million in July.
Wang Jianwei, Senior Vice President of Kuaishou, revealed at the company's 2022 Photosynthetic Creators Conference on July 29 that the firm will be conducting alpha tests of a creator version of its short video app this year.
Chen Rui, Chairman and CEO of Bilibili, declared that the platform’s mission is to create good content, and its job is to serve creators. There are 2,964 employees of the platform who serve uploaders full-time.
Content with "Audi Xiaoman (Grain Buds) Advertising Plagiarism" and "Audi and Andy Lau" emerged as trending topics on Weibo on May 21.
Chinese digital Q&A platform Zhihu announced the launch of the fourth phase of its "Sea Salt Program" to encourage in-depth content creation in vertical fields in all aspects.
Augmented reality filter management platform Camera IQ announced Thursday that it will cooperate with TikTok to launch support for AR functions within the popular video app's "Effect House."
Qutoutiao Inc., a Chinese information platform, announced on Thursday that it will stop the service and maintenance of its "We Media" creation platform from June 30, 2022, as part of its long-term content plan.
A spokesperson for popular short video-sharing app TikTok has said a small-scale test is being conducted to explore ways to grade and restrict content by age to prevent teenage users from seeing adult content.
Bilibili, a Chinese streaming platform, released its first creator report. According to the report, the creator group in the platform has grown rapidly, with 2.7 million active uploaders per month, up 61% year-on-year.
Bilibili on Wednesday launched a new matchmaking platform called Sparkle, or Hua Huo in Chinese, to help brands and agencies connect with content creators.