According to iReasearch, iQiyi and PPS together have more video viewing time than youku, tudou and funshion for the first time. After the merger of Baidu’s iQiyi and PPS, the combined users reached 269,817,000 hours of the total viewing time, becoming the first in the industry with Youku & Tudou second and funshion third. However, […]
China online video market reached 2.42 billion yuan in the first quarter of 2013, up 39.5% from 2012, but down 11.0% compared with the last quarter of 2012 which is affected by the quarterly factors of advertising market. Market Size: Stable Growth Overall; Diversified Sources of Income Advertisement is still the main income source of […]
According to the data from comScore, Letv’s number of unique viewers in February is about 100 million, making it the third largets video network behind Youku and Tencent.
According to iResearch, Search was the most popular Internet service in China in January with 454 million users coverage, followed by online video and online community.
The latest statistics from iResearch showed that China online video market reached 2.66 billion uuan (USD430 million) in Q3 2012, with the QoQ growth of 16.2% and YoY growth of 37.2%. As the major part of online video revenue sources, the online video advertising market is 2.01 billion yuan (USD320 million) in Q3, with the […]
Following the global trend of smart TVs’ popularity, 40% of the TVs that shipped in China in Q2 were web-enabled. According to NPD’s October 2012 DisplaySearch “Quarterly Smart TV Shipment and Forecast Report”, “this was an increase from 26% of televisions shipped in Q2 2011”. This increase is quite reasonable. Firstly, most TV users are […]
According to a new report from ComScore, an American Market research Company, Chinese netizens watched 29.75 billion internet videos in August , exceeding 4.1 billion hours in total. Content included user-generated content (UGC), licensed TV series, movies and some pirated shows Xunlei.com and PPLive ranked 6th and 7th following the list respectively.
Youku and Tudou, the two largest online video companies in China, announced that they have signed a definitive agreement for Tudou to combine with Youku in a 100% stock-for-stock transaction. “When the strategic combination is complete, Tudou will retain its distinct brand identity and platform in Youku Tudou Inc., strengthening and complementing Youku’s video business. […]
Group M, Youku and research company Sinomonitor jointly released a research report “Online Video Audience & Media Value” last December; the report showed that instant messager, Weibo and social networks are the top three channels China internet users share online videos.
Starcom MediaVest Group’s recently conducted a study of users ages 13 to 45 in China and found that internet users aged 19 to 30 spent almost twice as much time online as watching TV.