Bilibili announced it has obtained exclusive digital media copyrights for the current and upcoming seasons (2021-2024) of the Football Association Challenge Cup in the Chinese mainland.
Liang Yongping, the founder of YYeTs, a fansub group also known as Renren Yingshi, was suspected of committing copyright infringement.
Many content creators on Chinese video sharing website Bilibili have released new posts, claiming that the "Dawn Project" of the Tencent Open Media content platform has infringed their rights.
The issue of VIP membership services and advance screening, whereby video platforms provide a preview of drama episodes in advance for VIP members who have paid extra, has aroused heated discussion among Chinese netizens.
To maintain a healthy online community environment, the website will focus on some recently used online words that stigmatize occupations and abbreviate or distort semantics to engage in personal attacks.
Bilibili Inc. (NASDAQ: BILI) announced Wednesday its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ending on Sept. 30, revealing strong user growth as well as a rise in revenue.
Chinese video sharing website Bilibili called All the Videos You Love released a brand new video on YouTube, getting overseas exposure.
Amidst all New Year’s Eve countdown shows, Bilibili’s New Year Concert has to be the most special.
Bilibili, a Chinese video sharing platform, has confirmed on December 6 that the company has reached a strategic partnership agreement with the world’s famous PC game League of Legends.
Baofeng Group, which owns the popular movie player Baofeng, announced on July 28 that its CEO Feng Xin had been detained by police.
On March 29, iQIYI became officially listed on NASDAQ with the ticker symbol IQ. At $18 per share, it has raised a total of $2.25 billion.