China online video market reached 975 million MAU in 2021 Short video market saw 934 million users Douyin vs. Kuaishou With China’s online video platforms’ increasing production of original high-quality content and expansion of user preferences, the traffic has risen steadily, and the total number of online video users reached 974.71 million in 2021. The […]
Youku: China's Leading Online Video Network
Alibaba’s revenue was RMB242,580 million (US$38,066 million) in Q4 2021, an increase of 10% year-over-year that was primarily driven by the revenue growth of China commerce segment by 7% year-over-year to RMB172,226 million (US$27,026 million), cloud computing segment by 20% year-over-year to RMB19,539 million (US$3,066 million), local consumer services segment by 27% year-over-year to RMB12,141 […]
Online penetration in video entertainment grew by 4.2% to 71.3% in December. On average, 205.6 million users watched videos online daily. Tencent Video, iQiyi, and Youku were the top three players in this market.
Half the top ten apps that generated the most revenues from the Apple Store were from Chinese tech companies. Notably, all those apps turned out to provide some sorts of subscription services for video or music streaming and social interactions.
The online video market exceeded 609 million users with a penetration rate of 76% in June 2018, primarily led by Tencent Video and iQiyi. Meanwhile, Tik Tok overtook Kwai to topped the ranking of short video apps in several aspects. China’s online video market was expected to continue its meteoric rises in the mobile internet era, with […]
With enough passion, the fans of an online TV drama can “light up” a twin skyscraper in Shanghai. Guardian, an online drama adapted from the namesake popular online novel became the hottest online video this summer. Its total video views exceeded 2 billion. On June 14, the day after it premiered on Youku.com exclusively, its […]
China online video market kept a high growth of around 50% for five years running and made a record revenue of 95.23 billion yuan (US$14.9 billion) in 2017. Explore online video ads market, online video user insights, short videos, and paid online video users. China had over 570 million online video users, accounting for three-quarters […]
The total transactions of China’s online video advertising market reached 13.4 billion yuan with an increase of 37.9% YoY or 8.2% QoQ in Q3 2017. Mobile video advertising market saw faster growth of 64.4% YoY and reached 8.7 billion yuan in Q3 2017 accounting for 64.4% of total video advertising market in China. Baidu’s iQiyi […]
iQiyi ranks on top in China’s mobile video category with 245.61 million active users in Feb 2017, followed by Tencent Video, Youku, Letv, and Mango TV.
With rapid development of mobile internet, mobile and social features will play more and more important role. Among all the mobile apps in China in July 2015, social platforms like WeChat and QQ ranked first with the monthly average users of 556.48 million and 424.28 million respectively.
In October 2014, Youku mobile app’s daily UV exceeded 40 million in a single week and then it successfully broke through 40 million in October 2014. The total UV in a week reached 80 million which made new records in online video market in October 2014 in China according to data of iResearch.
A smart TV device is either a television set with integrated Internet capabilities or a set-top box (STB) for television that offers more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a contemporary basic television set. Video is the main function for smart TV users. At present, game apps development are not so active as video ones.
In July 2014, iQiYi, owned by Baidu, ranked top among China online video providers with monthly browsing time of 786.45 million hours, followed by Youku and Letv according to data from iResearch.
The number of mobile video users increased to 270 million in China in July 2014 with an increase of 134% from the same period in 2013.
Youku Tudou net revenues were RMB958.7 million (US$154.5 million), a 27% increase from the corresponding period in 2013. They derive a part of our revenues from mobile value-added services through partnership agreements with third party mobile network operators and shares the fees collected by the mobile network operators for such services.