Posts Tagged ‘Ku6.com’

Beijing Government Says Ku6.com’s Staff Dismissals Are Illegal

Earlier this month, Chinese online video website Ku6.com announced it was downsizing staff by up to 20%. But now local media reports state those layoffs are not legal. In accordance with the related items in the Chinese Labor Law and Labor Contract Law, the Bureau of Human Resources and Social Security of Beijing’s Haidian District […]


Chinese TV Stations Form Alliance To Protect Internet Video Copyrights

CCTV.com and Phoenixtv.com have together formed an alliance for the protection of the copyrights of online video programs in China.
The alliance, which has already been joined by local TV service providers such as Shanghai Media Group Broadband, hifly.tv, Beijing TV Station and Shenzhen Media Group, has also released a manifesto to enhance copyright protection and […]


CCTV Sues Online Video Service Providers

China International Television Corporation, an affiliate of CCTV, is using the Chinese courts to fight six online video service providers, including ku6.com, 6.cn and aeeboo.com.
Beijing’s Haidian District Court has already issued a preliminary order and judgement that the online video service providers had violated the rights of CCTV and has asked them to stop the […]


Youku.com Blocks Baidu, Google Video Search In China

Rumors are swirling on the Chinese Internet that the Chinese video website Youku.com has started to block the video search of Baidu and Google.


Tudou.com’s Advertising Revenue Reached CNY11.296 Million In H1 2008

Chinese video website Tudou.com announced at the product conference of its high-definition channel hd.tudou.com that the company made CNY11.296 million in the advertising sector in the first half of 2008 — much more than that of its competitor Youku.com but still an overall paltry amount in China’s advertising sector.


Ku6.com Plans To Purchase Bandwidth In Q4

Ku6.com will implement a new round of bandwidth purchases across China in the fourth quarter of 2008 to provide more stable video broadcasting and better experiences to its users.


56.com Will Shift To SNS Sector

An investor of 56.com says that with the approval of its board of directors, 56.com, the former Chinese video website, will shift to social networking services.


Ku6.com Sued For Infringing Chinese Movie’s Copyright

Online video website Ku6.com has been sued by the film marketing and planning branch of China Film Group Corporation for copyright infringement of its film “Red Cliff” and the case has been accepted by Haidian People’s Court, Beijing.


Olympic New Media Establish Copyright Protection Group

Promoted by CCTV.com, the website of China’s state-run television network, the Olympic New Media Copyright Protection Alliance and its anti-piracy action were launched in Beijing today.


Ifeng.com Sues Ku6.com For Copyright Infringement

Ifeng.com, the authorized online broadcaster of Phoenix Satellite TV’s programs, has sued Ku6.com, one of China’s leading video websites, for “maliciously” uploading programs of Phoenix and gaining illegal profits through these programs.