NetEase Cloud Music has recently tested a new product called "MUS," its first music-based social app. The name MUS is the abbreviation of "music with us."
WeChat, a popular social platform owned by Tencent, announced on Wednesday that the status sharing function in WeChat now supports a feature in which users can share songs from their NetEase Cloud Music account.
NetEase Cloud Music, the music arm of tech giant NetEase, announced its official landing in Huawei's smart console on Thursday.
The music unit of Chinese internet technology company NetEase said Wednesday that it has initiated legal proceedings against Tencent Music Entertainment alleging unfair competition.
NetEase Cloud Music announced on Wednesday that it has formed a strategic partnership with Linfair Records. The companies will cooperate in regard to music copyrights, artist promotion and other fields.
At the beginning of March, two stock exchanges in China announced that NetEase Cloud Music had been added into the list of stocks that can be traded through the Hong Kong Stock Connect platform.
On Thursday, Universal Music Greater China (UMGC), a division of Universal Music Group (UMG), launched Capitol Records China as a new frontline label focused on developing Chinese music talent.
Chinese tech giant NetEase Inc. released its financial report for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2021.
ByteDance's first music app "Soda Music" has recently completed the registration of software copyright.
This week: Bytedance tests a metaverse-like social network, NetEase Cloud Music launches an AI-powered music production mini app, The Sandbox partners with Warner Music Group to create a virtual music venue, and more.
On Friday, Tesla’s latest over-the-air (OTA) update for its China-based customers includes a fun KTV function and supports for a new vehicle accessory — the TeslaMic.
On Tuesday, NetEase Cloud Music officially launched BeatSoul, a one-stop beat trading platform. The platform integrates beat uploading, display, purchase and communication functions.
China's copyright authorities have said that digital music platforms are not allowed to sign exclusive copyright agreements except in special circumstances.
NetEase Cloud Music is reportedly in alpha testing of a trading platform for beats, which would make the firm the first in the industry to provide such a service.
ByteDance's first music App in China is undergoing an internal test. The APP was named "Soda Music", but not "Fei Le", with much of the research and development of the app completed in September of this year.