•Yukou Toudu is China’s biggest online video company, formed after online giant Yukou bought No. 2 Tudou last year.
Both Youku and Tudou started out copying the business model of YouTube, which is banned in China.
•Qiyi.com is the online video subsdiary of China’s biggest search engine Baidu. Launched in April 2010, Qiyi shows films, skeins, docus, toons and variety shows.
•LeTV (Leshi), a Beijing-based video and movie streaming site. It has more than 50,000 episodes of soap operas and more than 4,000 movies.
•CNTV.cn is the website of China’s national broadcaster CCTV, and is a multi-language, globalized and multi-terminal online video platform. Its content includes news, finance, sports, entertainment, pics, skeins and docus.
•Tencent, which owns QQ, China’s largest instant message service, operates its Tencent Video portal at V.QQ.com.
•TV.sohu.com is the online video unit of the web giant Sohu.com.
•PPTV.com offers live streaming and VOD of skeins, pics, drama, sports and news.