Netflix wants to come to China, but it has abandoned its plans to go solo. That was quick - and it might be bad sign.
Netflix wants to come to China, and it wants to do that without a local partner. That's a very ambitious plan, especially given these five giant roadblocks sitting in the company's way.
Although it has only been around for a few decades, CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala has become as big a part of the holiday as dumplings or firecrackers for many people in China. In this age of television...
Do you miss the glory days of operatic Soviet-style Chinese propaganda? Fret not, because China's internet censorship authorities are bringing it back with this new music video.
With Netflix absent in Asia and the lack of online payment services, SingTel wants to seize the opportunity.
A number of American TV shows have disappeared from China's virtual shelves this week after SAPPRFT regulations forced their removal from China's streaming video sites.
Finally, China's Xbox One gamers get the streaming TV services they were promised, and a little compensation for their troubles. Now what about the games?
iQiyi is upset with a LeTV product that seems to be profiting from iQiyi's video library without paying for it, and it's taking the matter to court.
You wouldn't think that a website dedicated to streaming cartoons would be a likely place for sedition and law-breaking. But apparently in China, it can be.
“More kids are watching video games than playing video games,” says the co-founder of this game recording startup.
Xiaomi has confirmed it will invest US$300 million in Baidu-backed online video portal iQiyi for an undisclosed stake in the company.
Something big related to the Xiaomi TV is coming at 2 P.M. Beijing time today. What could it be? Some are guessing a bigger screen, but I think it's something else entirely...
While the company is looking to open offices in South Korea and China next, it’s more concerned about getting a jump on the competition in Japan for now.
One year after the Rakuten acquisition, Viki shows no signs of slowing down.
No terms of the deal were disclosed. A Softbank spokesperson said it plans to bring DramaFever's video content to a larger global audience.
“Why should the government adapt to the internet, rather than the internet adapting to the government?” That was the question a Chinese State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Tele...
Here’s what you should look forward to and be aware of if you decide to take check out the MMO-shooter hybrid Destiny.