With eyes so often focused on the China's huge streaming video market, it is easy to overlook the ongoing battles for dominance of the OTT sector across the rest of Asia. The combatants include…
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…
China's online search giant Baidu has seen over $155 million (RMB1 billion) of fresh capital raised by new unit Baidu Video.
China's Huanxi Media will partner with Mubi to launch Mubi China, a local version of its video on demand service.
Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba has made an offer to buy out Youku Tudou, one of China's two largest streaming video operators. Alibaba currently owns 16.5% of Youku Tudou, which is listed on the…
Unlicensed foreign films and TV series are to be removed from China's powerful online video platforms beginning today. Under new regulations drafted by the State Administration of Press, Publication…
Online video platform seeks IP ownership for loyalty, talent incubation, asset building.
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One U.S. company is making headway in a market dominated by local giants
China's Heyi Pictures has unveiled a slate of six feature films it is to co-produce. Heyi was established last year as the stand alone movie production operation of Youku Tudou, one of China's…
SINGAPORE – Mainland Chinese online video portal iQIYI plans to more than double original production in 2015, with at least 30 titles and 500 episodes on the slate so far compared to 13 in 2014…