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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


Best Music Distribution Services for 2020

Music Distribution is now more vital then ever before. Here is our list of the best music distribution services of 2020. RouteNote RouteNote gets your music to the worlds leading music stores and streaming services worldwide. RouteNote offers both a Free and a Premium model, which allows artists to move between the two model for each release depending upon what makes the most financial sense. RouteNote has the best worldwide coverage, which includes YouTube Networks, YouTube Content I...
Tags: Music, 2020, Services, Music News, Digital Music News, Distribution, Facebook Instagram, NetEase, TuneCore, Music Distribution, Awal, Best Music, Best Music Distribution, China Japan South Korea India Brazil, Record Union Record Union, AWAL AWAL


Konami Sports Games Censored to Appease Chinese Government

Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 has been censored in China after Turkish-German footballer Mesut Ozil made the fatal mistake of criticizing the Chinese government. NetEase, a company that publishes the long-running Pro Evolution Soccer games in China, removed Arsenal player Mesut Ozil from the game after he accused the government of “persecuting” its Muslim minority. Arsenal […]
Tags: Games, China, Censorship, Sports, Soccer, Islam, Arsenal, Muslim, Mesut Ozil, Anime, NetEase, Konami


HaptX grabs $12 million to build a glove crammed with sensors

A company building a very high-tech glove has just gotten its hands on some new money. HaptX is building a sensor-packed glove for VR and robotics applications that simulates haptic and resistance feedback for enterprise users. The Seattle startup has raised $12 million in new funding from Mason Avenue Investments, Taylor Frigon Capital Partners, Upheaval Investments, Votiv Capital, Keiretsu Forum, Keiretsu Capital, NetEase and Amit Kapur of Dawn Patrol Ventures. HaptX has now raised...
Tags: Startups, TC, Tech, Virtual Reality, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, NetEase, Keiretsu Forum, Amit Kapur, Haptx, Recent Funding, Upheaval Investments, Mason Avenue Investments, Taylor Frigon Capital Partners, Votiv Capital, Dawn Patrol Ventures HaptX


The world's richest tech billionaires all saw massive gains in 2019 — except Amazon founder Jeff Bezos

Most of the world's richest tech billionaires have become richer in 2019 so far, with one notable exception. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has lost a chunk of his net worth in 2019, and nearly lost his spot as world's richest person to Microsoft founder Bill Gates thanks to a dip in Amazon's share price. Most of the decline in his net worth is down to his costly divorce from MacKenzie Bezos. Business Insider used Bloomberg's Billionaires Index to rank the world's 20 richest tech billionaires and lis...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Hong Kong, Europe, Elon Musk, Microsoft, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, Larry Page, West, Bill Gates


3 reasons why Activision Blizzard punished an esports star for backing Hong Kong protesters

Activision Blizzard stripped a "Hearthstone" champion of his prize money and slapped him with a yearlong ban from competitions after he voiced support for anti-government protests in Hong Kong. The video game giant quickly scaled back the punishment following fierce backlash, and insisted its relationship with China didn't factor in its decision. However, it relies on local partner NetEase to operate in the key growth market, its games require regulatory approvals to be sold in China, and Chi...
Tags: Hong Kong, China, Trends, Taiwan, Asia Pacific, Tencent, Nba, Johnson, Sharks, Houston Rockets, Activision Blizzard, NetEase, Blitzchung, Chung Blitzchung Ng Wai, World of Warcraft Operations, Collister Johnson


Bridging The Entertainment Gap Between China, The US

While music streaming is undeniably a global business, a lot of artists are missing out on certain international revenue opportunities owing to cultural and geographic differences, such as those that exist between the US and China. Fortunately, Far East Global thinks they have a solution to this problem. ___________________________________ Guest post by James Shotwell of Haulix Music streaming is a global business, but artists are unknowingly missing out on revenue due to cultural ...
Tags: Spotify, Europe, Music, China, US, United States, Guest Post, North America, Riaa, Jessie J, NetEase, Ang, Clairo, Spalter, James Shotwell, Haulix


Is the Chinese Music Streaming Market a Duopoly?

Short Answer: Yes. Tencent Music Entertainment and Netease Cloud Music control the chinese music streaming market. Between Tencent Music Entertainment (which owns QQ Music, Kugou and Kuwo) and Netease Cloud Music they have over 80% market share in mainland China. Join RouteNote and you can add your music to Netease and Tencent Music Entertainment for Free or Keep 100% of the royalties. There are over 20 other music streaming services and download stores that are trying very hard to ...
Tags: Music, China, Music Streaming, Tencent, Digital Music News, NetEase, Netease Music, Kuwo, Tencent Music Entertainment, TME


China uses AI, facial recognition, and blockchain to monitor its farms — but it still can't stop the gruesome swine fever that will leave 200 million pigs dead

Many Chinese tech firms are equipping the country's farms with artificial intelligence, facial recognition, and blockchain technologies to monitor their pigs' health. But none of this has managed to curb the biggest epidemic facing Chinese farms today — the outbreak of the African swine flu, a gruesome and deadly disease that's poised to leave 200 million pigs dead. It shows the limit to China's technological ambitions, which many observers consider dystopian and Orwellian. China is the world'...
Tags: China, US, Trends, Cnn, Beijing, George Orwell, New York Times, Alibaba, Cambodia, Vietnam, Times, Donald Trump, Rabobank, NetEase, Maya Wang, Hikvision


Minecraft at 10: a decade of building things and changing lives

As the blocky exploration game and creativity tool reaches its first decade, our games writer – and the father of someone on the autism spectrum – reflects on the impact it has hadHidden away somewhere in my attic is an old Xbox 360 that I’ll never throw away. On its hard drive is a Minecraft save file that contains the first house my oldest son ever built in the game. He was seven and, coming from a boy on the autism spectrum with a limited vocabulary and no patience to draw and paint, his crea...
Tags: Games, China, Society, Autism, Culture, Minecraft, Markus Persson, NetEase


Dawn of Isles Top 10 Android Games

Dawn of Isles was made and distributed by “NetEase Games” organization, and it is accessible to be downloaded and played on the Android and IOS stages. Dawn of Isles was made and distributed by “NetEase Games” organization, and it is accessible to be downloaded and played on the Android and IOS stages. When you would peruse this audit, you should realize that the diversion was still in the Pre-Register state. There will be up and coming updates and upgrades. The amusement at the present minute i...
Tags: Religion, Dawn, Isles, NetEase, Android News, Dawn of Isles Guide, Dawn of Isles tips, Dawn of Isles, Dawn of Isles Hack, The Dawn of Isles Hack


Ride out Heroes Top 10 Android Games

Ride out Heroes was made and distributed by “NetEase Games” organization, and it is accessible to be downloaded and played on Android and IOS stages. Ride out Heroes was made and distributed by “NetEase Games” organization, and it is accessible to be downloaded and played on Android and IOS stages. Another fight royale amusement advances toward the mobiles stages. They have figured out how to convey something else to the table this time. The entire weapons and characters are special, so you will...
Tags: Religion, NetEase, Android News, Ride out Heroes Guide, Ride out Heroes Tips


Cyber Hunter Top 10 Android Games

Cyber Hunter was made and distributed by “NetEase Games” organization, and it is accessible to be downloaded and played on the Android and IOS stages. Cyber Hunter was made and distributed by “NetEase Games” organization, and it is accessible to be downloaded and played on the Android and IOS stages. A focused sandbox versatile diversion that will bring you into a totally new dimension of test and acquaint you with some cool highlights. We can give you a brisk thought regarding the ongoing inter...
Tags: Religion, Hunter, NetEase, Android News, PUBG, Cyber Hunter Guide, Cyber Hunter Tips, Cyber Hunter


China’s new gaming rules to ban poker, blood and imperial schemes

Lots of news has surfaced from China’s gaming industry in recent weeks as the government hastens to approve a massive backlog of titles in the world’s largest market for video games. Last Friday, the country’s State Administration of Press and Publication, the freshly minted gaming authority born from a months-long reshuffle last year that led to an approval blackout, enshrined a new set of guidelines for publication that are set to move some to joy and others to sorrow. On April 22, China final...
Tags: Gaming, Asia, Government, China, Tech, Netflix, Tencent, Chinese communist party, iQiyi, Reuters, Guangzhou, NetEase, Ahmad, Online Poker, Niko Partners, TechCrunch China


Amazon China to close local marketplace and place more focus on cross-border

Amazon has finally given up the fight with Chinese online shopping giants to capture the domestic market. On Thursday, the Seattle-based ecommerce company announced it will shut down its marketplace on Amazon.cn, which connects mainland Chinese buyers and sellers, while other units of its local venture will stay intact. “We are working closely with our sellers to ensure a smooth transition and to continue to deliver the best customer experience possible,” an Amazon spokesperson told TechCrunc...
Tags: Amazon, Ecommerce, Asia, Japan, China, India, Kindle, Africa, Supply Chain, Tech, Bloomberg, E-commerce, Companies, United States, Alibaba, Amazon China


Backer of Musical.ly, Grindr and Opera to invest $50M in self-driving startup Pony.ai

A games publisher in China is following the path of its larger peer Tencent to back a wide spectrum of startups for financial gains. Beijing Kunlun Wanwei, or Kunlun, announced in a filing this week that it plans to inject $50 million into autonomous driving startup Pony.ai in exchange for a 3 percent stake. Pony.ai confirmed the investment with TechCrunch in an email response, adding that the money contributes to its pre-B round of financing. The startup last pocketed $102 million that value...
Tags: Asia, China, Funding, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Beijing, Automotive, United States, Shanghai, Tencent, Autonomous Vehicles, Baidu, Leader, Grindr, Web Browser, NetEase


Boomplay, a Spotify-style music and video streaming service for African music and Africa, raises $20M

While Spotify dukes it out with Apple and other big tech names to target high-end users in mostly developed markets, a startup out of China has raised some money to expand its music streaming business in the massive but still nascent market of Africa. Boomplay, a service founded by Transsnet — a joint venture between Chinese phone maker Transsion and Chinese consumer apps giant NetEase — has raised $20 million in outside funding as it looks to break into more sub-Saharan countries and continue t...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Spotify, Music, Media, Entertainment, China, Funding, Africa, Tech, South Africa, Music Streaming, Kenya, Tanzania, Warner, ZTE


Nuro CEO Dave Ferguson at TC Sessions: Mobility on July 10 in San Jose

Autonomous delivery startup Nuro, fresh with nearly $1 billion in capital from SoftBank, is bursting with ideas — as some recent patent filings (and our recent deep dive into the company) suggest. And we can’t wait to learn more about what Nuro has planned. It’s only fitting that Nuro co-founder and CEO Dave Ferguson is our first announced guest for TechCrunch’s inaugural TC Sessions: Mobility, a one-day event on July 10, 2019 in San Jose, Calif., that’s centered around the future of mob...
Tags: Google, Transportation, Mississippi, California, China, Softbank, Events, Tech, Intel, Engineer, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Darpa, Machine Learning, Ferguson, San Jose


How Nuro plans to spend Softbank’s $940 million

Autonomous delivery startup Nuro is bursting with ideas since SoftBank invested nearly $1 billion in February, new filings reveal. A recent patent application details how its R1 self-driving vehicle could carry smaller robots to cross lawns or climb stairs to drop off packages. The company has even taken the step of trademarking the name “Fido” for delivery services. “We think there’s something neat about that name,” Nuro founder Dave Ferguson told TechCrunch. “It’s friendly, neigh...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Transportation, Lyft, Uber, Texas, California, China, Softbank, Tech, E-commerce, Ces, Cruise, Automotive, Automation, Arizona


Despite short-term questions, games software/hardware to top $200 billion by 2023

Tim Merel Contributor Tim Merel is managing director of Digi-Capital. More posts by this contributor For AR/VR 2.0 to live, AR/VR 1.0 must die Chinese investment into computer vision technology and AR surges as U.S. funding dries up There has been some negative sentiment surrounding the games industry recently, with stock prices of public games companies in question in both the U.S. and China. While being contrarian to market senti...
Tags: Google, Gaming, Facebook, Column, Asia, Japan, Steve Jobs, China, Russia, India, Tech, Sony, Tencent, Pokemon, North America, Latin America


Chinese Music Distribution

RouteNote is one of the first music distributors in the world to ink deals with Tencent (QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo), Netease and Kanjian (who cover over 30 different music streaming services). RouteNote has been working in China for the past 2 years and helping to distribute some of the best chinese music to the world! Distributing your music into mainland China has never been this easy or comprehensive! Any RouteNote artist and label can take advantage and get their music in front of a...
Tags: Music, China, Tencent, Digital Music News, NetEase, Music Distribution, QQ Music, Kanjian, Kugou, Kuwo, Tencent Netease


China’s Qutoutiao is burning millions of dollars to take on TikTok parent

Chinese startup Bytedance is finding itself surrounded by challengers as its empire of new media products, including global video app TikTok and Chinese news aggregator Jinri Toutiao, gather steam. Tencent tried to play catch-up with a handful of new short-video services, and a Facebook clone of TikTok was reportedly in the making. Less famous players also tried to take on Bytedance, but the costs of keeping up with the world’s most valuable startup are high. One company that’s made its ma...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Asia, Yahoo, Entertainment, China, US, Tech, Software, Beijing, Shanghai, Tencent, Earnings, E-book, NetEase, Tan


This tiny gaming startup built a simulation engine that can handle a 10,000-player battle royale

British tech startup Hadean has built a simulation engine that it says could handle a battle royale-style fight with 10,000 concurrent players. It will put its Aether Engine to the test in March to hold a massive space fight with 10,000 players. The company has just raised $9.1 million to build out its "operating system for the cloud." The company says its software has much bigger applications than gaming, and could help developers write and ship applications at scale and aid medical research....
Tags: UK, Softbank, US, Trends, Linkedin, Jeff Bezos, Draper Esprit, Ccp, Unity, NetEase, Francis Crick Institute, Hadean, Aether Engine, Aster London Venture Partners Luminous Ventures, Craig Beddis


RouteNote and NetEase are take your music to 600+ million new listeners

Take your music to one of the biggest music streaming services in China and the world with free distribution to NetEase Cloud Music. NetEase Cloud Music is a giant force in China’s emerging digital music scene. It is known alongside Tencent as one of the ‘Big 3’ of China’s music streaming, claiming more than 600 million users listen to music on NetEase. They offering freemium streaming with paid services for extra features, a bit like a Chinese Spotify. Their catalogue of music counts o...
Tags: Music, China, Music Streaming, Tencent, Music Stores, Routenote, Don, NetEase, Music Distribution, Distributor, RouteNote News, Distro, Digital Music Distribution, Kanjian, Free Music Distribution


JD.com shares take off despite slowing revenue growth

Shares of JD.com, the Chinese e-commerce service that rivals Alibaba, are on the rise today after the online retailer announced better than expected results for Q4 2018, bucking uncertainty around tech companies in China. The company reported net revenue of RMB 134.8 billion ($219.6 billion) for the final quarter of last year. Despite representing the slowest growth rate year-on-year since JD went public five years ago (22.3 percent), the figure beat analyst predictions of $19.149 billion. JD...
Tags: Apple, Ecommerce, Asia, China, Tech, Companies, Alibaba, Singles' Day, JD.com, Earnings, Nasdaq, Analyst, Liu, NetEase, Yahoo Finance, Didi


NetEase is the latest Chinese tech giant to lay off a big chunk of its staff

NetEase, China’s second-biggest online games publisher with a growing ecommerce segment, is laying off a significant number of its employees, adding to a list of Chinese tech giants that have shed staff following the Lunar New Year. A NetEase employee who was recently let go confirmed with TechCrunch that the company had fired a large number of people spanning multiple departments, including ecommerce, education, agriculture (yes, founder and executive officer Ding Lei has a thing for org...
Tags: Amazon, Gaming, Ecommerce, Asia, Business, China, Southeast Asia, Tech, Public Relations, E-commerce, Alibaba, JD.com, Amazon China, Tencent, Hangzhou, NetEase


Alibaba challenger Pinduoduo is bringing imported goods to rural homes

Pinduoduo, the latest challenger to China’s ecommerce dominators Alibaba and JD.com, wants to bring affordable, imported items to shoppers in China’s smaller cities and rural areas. The three-year-old Tencent-backed ecommerce upstart is recruiting importers to set up shop on its marketplace, shows a message on its website. The business is known for offering cheap, sometimes counterfeit goods that initially appealed to users from the less prosperous parts of China but have gradually garnered m...
Tags: Amazon, Ecommerce, Asia, China, Tech, E-commerce, Beijing, Alibaba, JD.com, Amazon China, Tencent, WeChat, Alibaba Group, Hangzhou, TechCrunch, Online Marketplaces