Sony Pictures Television is to co-produce a Mandarin-language version of U.S. TV series "Chosen" in partnership with Chinese video platform iQIYI. The action thriller will be produced by SPT's…
Taiwan's Investment Commission has rejected a license application by iQIYI, one of China's biggest online video firms, to set up operations on the island. The decision was made in consultation with…
Lionsgate has signed a new long-term output deal with China's online platform iQiyi covering “Patriots Day,” “Robin Hood,” “The Glass Castle,” “American Assassin,” and “Wonder.” The agreement covers…
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Chinese online video firm iQIYI is launching international rights sales for "10,000 Miles" and "Unexpected Love" at Busan’s Asian Film Market. One of China’s biggest online streaming platforms, iQIYI…
A proposal to buy Chinese online streaming giant iQIYI from China’s search engine leader Baidu has collapsed under the weight of shareholder pressure. A non-binding proposal was put to Baidu in…
Institutional investor, Acacia Partners has criticized a proposal by Baidu, China's leading online search company, to sell-off market-leading online video unit iQIYI. Acacia, a U.S. hedge fund which…
Chinese online video firm iQIYI announced Tuesday that its tally of paying subscribers had hit 20 million. The claim comes only six months after iQIYI passed the 10 million mark. The company says…
Leading Chinese streaming company iQIYI has teamed with Hong Kong production outfit China 3D Digital Entertainment for a long-term strategic venture. The two companies will share responsibilities…
Online video group iQIYI is launching what it aims to be the largest Chinese-language virtual reality platform.
Regulators have launched a probe into Baidu, China's largest online search engine operator and one of the country's entertainment giants.
Chinese video streaming giant iQIYI is to launch in Taiwan, its first territory outside mainland China.