On April 7th, Bytedance's Douyin announced that it has recently reached cooperation with Tencent Video. The two parties will explore the promotion of long and short video linkage, short video secondary creation and other aspects.
A Chinese-made TV show adapted from "The Three Body Problem," a popular sci-fi novel series that won its author Liu Cixin a Hugo Award in 2015, is set to premiere on January 15 on CCTV, Tencent Video and Migu Video.
All businesses under Tencent's Platform and Content Group (PCG) were profitable at the end of 2022, allowing the group to increase its annual profit by several billion yuan.
Youku, a video streaming platform that operates as a subsidiary of Alibaba, changed the login rules for member accounts. Now, only one account can be logged in on a single smartphone simultaneously, down from the previous limit of three.
Tencent Cloud announced on Wednesday that many of its internal self-research businesses were fully on the cloud. This means that Tencent's internal businesses, including QQ and WeChat, will be developed and operated based on a public cloud model.
Mobile app data analysis firm Sensor Tower released a report Thursday claiming that in May, TikTok and its sister app for mainland China, Douyin, earned more than $277 million from the App Store and Google Play.
Tencent Video has recently sued ByteDance's Toutiao, a news and content aggregation platform, for copyright infringement and unfair competition, claiming a total of 10 million yuan ($1.49 million).
On Wednesday, Sensor Tower released data that in January 2022, TikTok and Douyin earned a total of $266 million through Apple's App Store and Google Play, 2.1 times that of January of 2020.
Despite substantial efforts by the NFL at globalizing interest in American football, sports fans in China remain largely indifferent.
The Zhejiang Consumers Council scheduled a regulatory talk with iQiyi, Youku, Tencent Video, Sohu and PPTV regarding the issue that consumers still have to watch advertisements after purchasing memberships to their platforms.
Three mainstream long-video platforms in China, iQiyi, Tencent Video and Youku, announced on Monday the cancellation of their option to fast track dramas.
On September 1st, Tencent Video released a statement that it would adjust the unlocking rules as soon as possible to support the unlocking of user collections, and to further optimize its advanced on-demand service.
Tencent Video is taking Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, to court for allowing its users to upload clips from the internet giant’s hit TV series Crime Crackdown and airing them without authorization. The court accepted the case on Tuesday.
LatePost reported on Wednesday that the number of daily active users of video platform Bilibili has exceeded 65 million, surpassing Youku to become the third largest long-form video platform after iQiyi and Tencent Video.
Chinese media outlet LatePost reported on August 8 that Tencent Video and Weishi have started a new round of integration, even while they continue to develop independently.
On Monday, World Intellectual Property Day, WeChat released the 2020 Intellectual Property Protection Data Report.
Taiwan authorities are closing a regulatory loophole to block mainland tech companies including Tencent Holdings and Baidu from offering video streaming services on the island.
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.
Discussions over iQIYI’s next ten years resurfaced as it faced its tenth anniversary on April 22. With a host of challenges ahead, iQIYI, which is now so much more than a video provider, still strives to sell its “Online Disney” story to both investors and users.