Audio streaming platform Ximalaya announced a strategic partnership with Pottermore Publishing on Tuesday, which will give it the rights to Chinese audio recordings of "Harry Potter."
On Tuesday, Chinese digital audio platform Ximalaya launched an authorized audio drama based on the novel named League of Legends: My Time, which itself is based on Tencent's popular mobile game League of Legends.
On Tuesday, the Shanghai Consumers Council issued a report about its investigation into the renewal deduction time of 12 apps.
Ximalaya has submitted an application for listing to the HKEx on Monday after dropping plans to list publicly in the United States. The firm's co-sponsors were Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and CICC.
Chinese streaming platform Ximalaya requested to withdraw its initial public offering (IPO) plan in the U.S. on Friday, after applying for a listing in the country in April earlier this year.
Deputy director of the National Network Information Office told attendees at a press conference that China's forthcoming rules for protecting critical information infrastructure are not aimed at firms planning overseas listings.
A number of Chinese companies have reportedly cancelled IPO plans in the U.S., in fear of national security review from the authority.
By launching the app "Fanqie Changting", Bytedance determined to conquer the territory of long-form audio in China.
Episode 39 of TechBuzz China is on a topic of special interest to our co-hosts, Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma: podcasting in China! It was sparked by two recent pieces of news within the podcasting industry.