Youku Youku, which translates literally to "excellent and cool" is the YouTube/Hulu of China, and delivers both professional and user-generated video content to China's online community.
Sina Weibo Known as the "Twitter" of China, Sina Weibo currently holds nearly 60% of the microblogging market.
QQ Weibo QQ was the first to launch a Chinese "Twitter" and brings the masses to its product with almost a 54% market share.
ESPN "ESPN, Inc., the worldwide leader in sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Based in Bristol, Conn., the company is 80 percent owned by ABC, Inc., an indirect subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. The Hearst Corporation holds a 20 percent interest in ESPN.
Oakley "One of the largest eyewear brands in the world, Oakley has embedded themselves in China focusing on snow and golf. In October 2011, the company held its first ever Rookie Challenge to recruit a Jr. snowboard team for China.
Tencent "Tencent is the 8th largest site in the world, only below online giants Google and YouTube. Their brand, QQ, is the largest IM chat platform in China.
Baidu "Baidu is largest site in China and known as the "Google" of China. Their products range from search to music to images to maps.
X Games "X Games & Winter X Games" are the largest action sports franchises in the world. Controlled by US broadcaster ESPN, with over 44 million broadcast viewers globally and more than 200,000 live audience members at the X Games and Winter X Games annual live events.
Linkin Park Linkin Park is an American rock band from Agoura Hills, California that formed in 1996. They have sold more than 50 million albums and won two Grammy Awards; and were also named the sixth greatest band of the music video era by MTV.
douban Launched in 2005 Douban is a social networking portal that also hosts an online database of movies, books, independent imusic, and an interactive event listing.
Kaixin Kaixin is a social networking site launched in 2008. It's main competitor is
Skullcandy Skullcandy is the worlds 2nd largest headphone company focusing on action sports and music.
Sina Comparable to the Yahoo! of China, SINA is China's #1 ISP. They provide online services including: news, sports, games and entertainment. SINA has been recognized as the most valuable brand and the most popular website in China.
Sohu Sohu is the 3rd largest ISP in China providing news, entertainment and sports content to the market. Sohu also has a "weibo" microblog.
Air + Style Started in Innsbruck, Austria in 1994, Air & Style is a snowboard competition featuring one mega ramp and a live performance by a band. With title sponsor Oakley and ambassador Shaun White, the event launched in Beijing in 2010.
WaWaWa Wawawa is the largest independent online music store in China, exclusively featured within Windows Media Player, with a catalog of over 1 million songs and are managed by the largest digital music distributor in China, R2G.
KIA X Games Asia X Games Asia was first held in 1998 in Phuket, Thailand and continued to draw enthusiastic crowds until 2001. In 2007, Kia X Games Asia was held in Shanghai and will continue on until 2015.
The ZhaZha Club Show Kelly Cha's radio program "The ZhaZhaClub Show" launched November 1st, 2008 and airs daily on CRI's EasyFM. She features live in-studio guests for a chat and a performance together and has interviewed many international acts including Linkin Park, the Eagles and 30 Seconds to Mars.
ESPN Star Sports ESPN STAR Sports is a 50:50 joint venture between two of the world's leading cable and satellite broadcasters, combining the strengths and resources of its parent companies – Walt Disney (ESPN, Inc.) and News Corporation Limited (STAR) – to deliver a diverse array of international and regional sports to viewers via its encrypted pay services.
Renren Social networking site is the "Facebook" of China. In Sept 2011, the company acquired, one of China's largest user-generated video sites
Universal Music Group Universal Music is home to artists including Lady GaGa, Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Eminem and many more.
ioda Founded in 2003, the Independent Online Distribution Alliance (IODA) has quickly built a catalog of nearly two million tracks that is licensed to more than more than 400 digital storefronts worldwide. IODA's catalog represents a diverse range of music from over 50 countries, including China. IODA's retail partner network includes all major digital music services and mobile carriers and outlets.
CRI China Radio International (CRI) is the only overseas radio broadcaster in the People's Republic of China. CRI was founded on December 3, 1941 and is owned and operated by the state.
EMI Records EMI Records is one of the oldest record label still alive today. Artists on the label include Coldplay, Katy Perry, The Beatles and 30 Seconds To Mars.
Warner Chappell Warner/Chappell Music is WMG's award-winning global music publishing company with a catalog that includes standards such as "Happy Birthday To You", "Rhapsody in Blue", "Winter Wonderland", the songs of Cole Porter and George and Ira Gershwin, as well as the music of Green Day, Katy Perry, Led Zeppelin, Lil Wayne, Madonna, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and others.
QQ Live Holding a 78% market share, QQ is China’s largest internet service provider and the most popular bulletin board system in the world. They have over 300 million active users and 641 million registered users.
Wowsai Wowsai is a fashion business platform that focuses its attention on B2C e-business, with the goal of hundreds of exclusively licensed store spaces for merchandises of well-known designers, artists, games, films and concerts.
Sony Music Sony Music has an artist roster containing some of the biggest names in the business including Beyoncé, Tony Bennett, Britney Spears and Avril Lavigne.
EMI Music Publishing EMI Music Publishing represents over 1 million of the best songs ever written including Adele "Rolling in the Deep" and Motorhead "Ace of Spades".
Universal Music Publishing Universal Music Publishing's song repertoire includes songs by Paul Simon, Foo Fighters and Elton John.
R2G R2G is the largest digital music distributor in China. They have proprietary anti-piracy solutions in place and processes for the take down of illegal music postings in China's digital music space.
SiTV Shanghai Interactive Television (SiTV) is a paid satellite video platform jointly developed and owned by the Shanghai Media Group (SMG), China's second largest television network; and China Telecom, one of the largest telecommunications companies in China.
Fuji-Pacific Fuji-Pacific Music is based out of Hong Kong and now represents 40% of the international copyrights in the world for the Asian market.
Sony ATV SonyATV Music Publishing has a song catalog containing songs by Lady GaGa, Taylor Swift and Bob Dylan.
Bug Music Bug Music is an independent music publishing company representing nearly 300,000 songs in their repertoire including Sam Cooke's "What a Wonderful World,"Johnny Cash's "Walk the Line," and Peggy Lee's "Fever".
Koobee Koobee is a closed circuit, high quality streaming video platform and social network on China's high speed dedicated college intranet (one of the four largest network backbones in China).
Warner Bros Records Warner Bros. Records is an American record label that operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of Warner Music Group; the third-largest business group and family of record labels in the recording industry, making it one of the "big four" record companies.
Niurenku Niurenku is an online video network that produces original short form content for the smart, hip and web savvy China youth including action sports, music and youth culture videos, pop and indie culture coverage. The brand, 牛人库,can be loosely translated as the “database of the kick-ass people”.
Peer Music With 32 offices in 28 countries in the world, Peer Music is a major indie music publisher. Their catalog contains songs by Buddy Holly and The Rolling Stones.
Lip Sync Music Lip Sync Music is a music agency focusing on placing artists’ music in film, tv, ads and video games. Their TV placements alone include "Grey's Anatomy", "Vampire Diaries", and "The Good Wife".
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