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NetEase Cloud Music Enters into Strategic Music Partnership with BMG - GuruFocus.com

NetEase Cloud Music Enters into Strategic Music Partnership with BMG   GuruFocus.com
Tags: Seo, Bmg, NetEase


NetEase Cloud Music Enters into Strategic Music Partnership with BMG - PRNewswire

NetEase Cloud Music Enters into Strategic Music Partnership with BMG   PRNewswire
Tags: Seo, Bmg, NetEase


NetEase in Music Tie-Up With Major Label Bertelsmann - Caixin Global

NetEase in Music Tie-Up With Major Label Bertelsmann   Caixin Global
Tags: Seo, NetEase


Meet the 15 richest people in Asia, who are collectively worth more than $500 billion

Even with a net worth of $58.1 billion, Alibaba's Jack Ma is only the second-richest person in Asia. Sean Gallup/Getty Images The 15 richest people from Asia in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index and Forbes Billionaires List are collectively worth more than $500 billion.Some of the billionaires occupying the top rank are self-made and built their fortunes through tech empires, like Jack Ma, who founded Alibaba Group, China's largest e-commerce company. Others inherited wealth from their f...
Tags: Google, Photos, Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, Money, Microsoft, Life, China, Singapore, India, Trends, Bloomberg, Bbc, Features, Overwatch


Tencent and Universal Music to take Chinese artists global under joint label

Digital entertainment titan Tencent continues to drum up its music ambitions. On Tuesday, Tencent Music Entertainment, majority-owned by Tencent with , announced establishing a new joint label with its licensing partner Universal Music Group to discover, develop and promote Chinese artists domestically and to the world. TME, which spun off from Tencent and went public in the U.S. in 2018, commands the lion’s share of China’s music streaming industry through three apps — QQ Music, Kugou and K...
Tags: TC, Asia, Spotify, Entertainment, China, Tech, Sony, Tencent, Universal Music Group, NetEase, WMG, William Ding, Tencent Music Entertainment, TME, UMG Warner Music, UMG Ding


Universal Music Breaks From Exclusive China Licensing Agreement to Sign With Both Tencent and NetEase

Universal Music Group (UMG) announced Monday that it has signed multi-year direct licensing agreements in China with both Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) and its competitor NetEase Cloud Music, breaking the past precedent of signing exclusively with the former. The move signals a shake-up in the major labels’ approach to the Chinese market. Until now, UMG, […]
Tags: Asia, News, China, Global, Tencent, NetEase, Universal Music Group UMG, Universal Music Group, NetEase Cloud Music, Tencent Music Entertainment


Chinese Games Will Force Players To Use Their Real Names

The Chinese government will soon require video game users to log in with their real names. According to the South China Morning Post, the government is rolling out a state-run authentication system that will ask game makers to join the system in batches. From the report: The plan has been in the works for some time, with the government pushing for tighter controls based on the argument that it needs to protect minors. In 2019, the State Administration of Press and Publications (SAPP), the body i...
Tags: China, Tech, Tencent, NetEase, South China Morning Post, State Administration of Press


World’s Top 25 Most Valuable Media Brands Could Lose Over US$40 Billion of Brand Value from COVID-19

Media sector moderately impacted by COVID-19 pandemic, brands could lose up to 10% of brand value, equating to a US$40 billion loss cumulatively Despite controversies, Facebook claims title of world’s most valuable media brand, brand value US$79.8 billion Ones to watch: YouTube & Netflix China’s Tencent (QQ) and NetEase crack top 10 SiriusXM is sector’s […] The post World’s Top 25 Most Valuable Media Brands Could Lose Over US$40 Billion of Brand Value from COVID-19 appeared first on Ad Tech Dail...
Tags: Facebook, Featured, Advertising, US, Tencent, Press Releases, Brand Value, Online Media, Media Buying, NetEase, Brand Finance, Media Brands, Ad & Media Strategies, Online Advertising Challenges, Advertising Reports and Studies, Digital Intelligence


Why Youdao Stock Skyrocketed 66.9% in June

Shares of Youdao (NYSE: DAO) gained 66.9% in June, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. NetEase issued new common stock and also had its public debut on the SEHK on June 11, and its valuation climbed roughly 8.4% last month. Youdao posted much bigger gains than NetEase, but its stock movement trends tracked closely in line with those of its parent company.
Tags: Business, News, NetEase, Dao, SEHK, Global Market Intelligence NetEase, Youdao


Elon Musk scratches an LA mansion off his list of worldly possessions

The billionaire CEO of Tesla Inc. has sold one of his Bel Air properties to an LLC affiliated with William Ding, a tech billionaire and founder of NetEase.
Tags: Twitter, Elon Musk, California, La, Listings, Lifestyle, Tesla, Radio, Bel Air, NetEase, Gene Wilder, Select, News Brief, Tesla Inc, William Ding, Million Dollar Buyers


Warner Chappell Music Opens Second Office in Mainland China

Warner Chappell Music has opened its second office in mainland China — in Shanghai — the company announced today. The publishing division of Warner Music Group has its sights on a fast-growing market, which is home to a number of digital services including KuGou, KuWo, QQ Music and NetEase Cloud Music, the latter of which […]
Tags: Asia, News, China, Shanghai, Mainland China, Warner Music Group, NetEase, Warner Chappell Music, Warner Chappell Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music Opens Second Office, KuGou KuWo QQ Music


China Roundup: Huawei targets cars, ByteDance enters Tencent’s backyard

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. This week, we have several heavy-hitting rumors swirling around, from Huawei’s chips for cars to Tencent’s potential buyout of its video rival iQiyi. China tech at home Huawei’s foray into autos Huawei might be bringing the technology behind its Kirin smartphone processor into cars. According to Chinese tech publication 36Kr, ...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Asia, Hong Kong, China, Tech, Geek, JD.com, Tencent, iQiyi, Baidu, North America, Robotics, Huawei, Nasdaq, Qualcomm


China Roundup: Alibaba to add 5,000 staff to cloud unit

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. This week, we have updates from Alibaba’s rapidly growing cloud computing unit, Apple’s controversial decision to remove two podcast apps from its Chinese App Store, and more. China tech abroad TikTok’s besieged rival Zynn, a TikTok rival that had rocketed to the top of the download charts a few weeks since its launch in Ma...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Asia, Hong Kong, Tibet, Microsoft, China, Tech, Beijing, Alibaba, JD.com, Tencent, Reddit, Alibaba Group


NetEase Chinese Games Giant Plays Well With Hong Kong Investors

Shares in NetEase made a strong start in Hong Kong, where they began trading on Thursday. The Chinese company is the world’s second largest games firm by revenue. The company is already listed in on the U.S.’s NASDAQ market. The secondary listing in Hong Kong gives it wider access to capital markets should the cold […]
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, News, Global, Nasdaq, NetEase


NetEase shares pop 8% in Hong Kong debut

NetEase shares popped as much as 9.7% in their Hong Kong debut Thursday morning — a promising showing for a US-listed Chinese company seeking friendlier market territory in Asia.
Tags: Hong Kong, US, Cnn, NetEase


NetEase raises at least $2.7 billion in Hong Kong, more listings likely

Chinese online gaming firm NetEase raised at least $2.7 billion in a Hong Kong secondary offering, two sources said on Friday, amid doubts that mainland firms can list in New York as Sino-U.S. tensions deepen.
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, Money, businessNews, NetEase


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook's decision to allow Trump's post in an internal meeting, even as his employees protested and resigned. On a heated call with employees on Tuesday, the Facebook CEO refused to change course on the company's decision to allow a post by President Donald Trump that was criticized as "glorifying violence." The Trump administration was hit with the first lawsuit challenging its executive order targ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Hong Kong, Spacex, Elon Musk, UK, California, US, San Francisco, Trends, Nasa, Reddit, Ellen Pao, Donald Trump, Nasdaq


NetEase China Games Giant Confirms $3 Billion Share Sale in Hong Kong

Chinese games and social media firm NetEase is planning to raise close to $3 billion through a share sale in Hong Kong. The company is currently listed on the U.S.’s NASDAQ exchange, and the move to create a secondary listing in Hong Kong is seen as a defensive measure, as well as a fund-raising exercise. […]
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, News, Finance, Global, Nasdaq, World of Warcraft, Blizzard Entertainment, NetEase, NetEase China Games Giant Confirms


Chinese gaming company seeks nearly $3 billion in Hong Kong listing

NetEase is set for an IPO on the Hong Kong stock market next week, as tensions between the US and China intensify.
Tags: Hong Kong, China, US, Cnn, NetEase


China Roundup: SoftBank leads Didi’s $500M round and Meituan crosses $100B valuation

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. Last week, we had a barrage of news ranging from SoftBank’s latest bet on China’s autonomous driving sector to Chinese apps making waves in the U.S. (not TikTok). China tech abroad The other Chinese apps trending in America TikTok isn’t the only app with a Chinese background that’s making waves in the U.S. A brand new short...
Tags: TC, Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, China, Germany, Softbank, America, Tech, Bloomberg, Dusseldorf, Alibaba, Vodafone, JD.com, Alibaba Group, Baidu


Brand Moves for Monday June 1

Netflix has announced that it will begin reaching out to inactive users, who haven’t streamed anything on the platform in a year or more. The pandemic’s impact on the economy has inspired the company to ask these customers if they would still like to subscribe. If the users don’t respond, Netflix will automatically stop billing them for the subscription; as Netflix explained, “The last thing we want is people paying for something they’re not using… we hope this new approach saves people some ha...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, UK, California, France, China, Advertising, America, Linkedin, General Motors, Atlanta, Georgia, Tesla, Eu, Netflix, United States


Meet News Break, the news app trending in America founded by a Chinese media veteran

TikTok isn’t the only new media app with Chinese background that’s making waves in the U.S. News Break, a news app founded by China’s media veteran Jeff Zheng with teams in Beijing, Shanghai, Seattle and Mountain View, has been sitting among the top three news apps in the U.S. App Store since March, according to third-party data from Sensor Tower. Positioned as a news aggregator focused on local reporting, the platform surged to be the third-most downloaded U.S. iOS app across the board in mi...
Tags: Asia, Media, Microsoft, Yahoo, China, America, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Beijing, Silicon Valley, Mountain View, Baidu, Jerry Yang, Delaware, Microsoft Research, NetEase


NetEase and JD.com set dates for $5 billion Hong Kong listings

Chinese technology company NetEase plans to carry out a secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on June 11, which will be followed one week later by web retailer JD.com, four sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Tags: Hong Kong, Money, businessNews, NetEase, Hong Kong Stock Exchange


Grow your games business with a player-first approach

As an avid gamer, every year I look forward to spending time with developers at GDC to celebrate together and learn from their successes. We are all disappointed that this year's conference was postponed, but we applaud the organizers for taking steps to protect our global community. Although we won’t be gathering in person this year, the Google team is hosting the Google for Games Developer Summit, a free, digital-only experience where developers can watch the announcements and session content ...
Tags: Google, Google Analytics, GDC, Admob, NetEase, LTV, Google Ads, Sissie Hsiao, Isles Netease


The 23 investors pouring millions into Overwatch esports teams — from Patriots owner Robert Kraft to Chinese conglomerates (ATVI)

Activision Blizzard's Overwatch League is one of the most popular esports competitions in the world, with professional gamers representing 20 teams based in North America, China, South Korea, and Europe. The original 12 Overwatch League teams invested $20 million during the league's inaugural season, and eight expansion teams were willing to pay between $30 and $60 million to join the league in its second year, ESPN reported. Activision Blizzard's esports investors range from Chinese conglomer...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Youtube, China, New York City, NFL, Toronto, Los Angeles, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Spain, United States, Comcast, Paris, Nba


Is NetEase Music safe?

NetEase Music is one of China’s big three in streaming, with over 800 million users. Is the streaming service safe for users and artists? China’s restricted and monitored internet has sparked much controversy over the last few years, but is your information safe on NetEase? We never ask for or send any of your personal information to our partner stores. We only require your music, metadata and a PayPal email address to safely send revenue directly to. As for NetEase’s users, the service is...
Tags: Spotify, Music, China, Paypal, Software, Chinese, Music Streaming, Safe, Music Stores, Routenote, NetEase, Netease Music, Big Three, Is Netease Music Safe


Cómo subir mi música a QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo, Xiami y Xiaomi gratuitamente y hacer dinero al mismo tiempo

RouteNote se ha asociado con Kanijan el cual distribuye a las principales tiendas en línea y servicios de streaming en China (Incluyendo QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo, Xiami y Xiaomi). Simplemente dirígete a la sección “My Content” , selecciona tu lanzamiento que quieras editar y añade a Kanijan como una Tienda Asociada y da en guardar.  Esto está disponible para todos los artistas de RouteNote tanto en las versiones gratuitas como Premium. Estamos seguros que Netease es uno de los jugadores clav...
Tags: Music, China, Xiaomi, NetEase, QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo, How To / Support / FAQs, China Incluyendo QQ Music Kugou Kuwo Xiami, una Tienda Asociada


Cómo subir tu música a Netease gratuitamente y hacer dinero

RouteNote se ha asociado con Kanijan los cuales trabajan con Netease Music para que los artistas de RouteNote estén disponibles en sus servicios los cuales son utilizados por más de 100 millones escuchas activos chinos mensualmente.  Simplemente dirígete a las sección My Content, selecciona tu lanzamiento que quieras editar y añade a Kanijan como un Store Partner y dale en guardar.  Este servicio está disponible para todos los artistas en RouteNote tanto en uñetas gratuitas como en Premiu...
Tags: Music, China, NetEase, How To / Support / FAQs, Gratuitamente, Premium Estamos


Cómo hacer dinero de tu música en más de 30 tiendas y servicios de streaming chinos gratuitamente.

Con RouteNote puedes distribuir y monetizar tu música en las tiendas y servicios de streaming en China a través de Kanijan y subir tu música completamente gratis.  Kanjian es el hogar más grande de música independiente en el continente asiático, ya que tienen más de un millón de canciones, 5,000 disqueras y más de 40,000 artistas. Estamos seguros que sabes que en RouteNote puedes subir tu música a las mejores tiendas como iTunes, Spotify y Tidal gratuitamente, pero probablemente  no sepas qu...
Tags: Asia, Music, China, Tencent, NetEase, Estamos, Kanjian, How To / Support / FAQs


Tobu is back and making waves with Candyland pt. II

Last month Tobu dropped the sequel to one of his most loved songs and it has already become a hit. In 2015 Tobu dropped one of his biggest hits ever with Candyland. With many great tunes from the Latvian producer coming out since then, he has just dropped Candyland pt. II bringing an old favourite back into the limelight in a new way. Candyland pt. II has been featured on the massive Chinese music streaming service Netease. Tobu’s new track is now front page and featured in their New Re...
Tags: Feature, Music, Candyland, Dance, Single, Hit, Artist / Label News, New Music, Edm, Tobu, Outertone, NetEase, Part Two, Part Ii, Netease Tobu