Posts Tagged ‘Phoenix TV’

Chinese Government Demands Weibo Cease Streaming Video Services

The Chinese adage that the tall blade of grass gets cut first is definitely true this week, as China’s top …


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 […]


Phoenix Satellite TV Revenue Up 21.5% In First Three Quarters Of 2008

Liu Changle, chairman and executive president of the Hong Kong-based Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings Limited, has announced the group’s report for the third quarter of 2008, which states its total revenue reached about HKD1.038 billion during the first nine months of the year — a year-on-year increase of 21.5%.


OpenV.com Expects Revenue Of Over CNY100 Million In 2008

OpenV.com, a Chinese video network service website, announced that the company has become a video partner of Cmse.gov.cn, the official website of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, the unit that was responsible for the launch of the Shenzhou-7 spacecraft in September 2008.


Phoenix TV Realizes Interim Net Profits Of HKD173 Million, Pushed By New Media

According to the semi-annual report of Phoenix TV, the company realized revenue of HKD675 million in the first half of 2008, a year-on-year increase of 21.9%; and its interim net profits were HKD173 million, a year-on-year increase of 39.7%.


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.