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Online video platform in China iQIYI and Internet TV network Netflix have signed a content licensing agreement for a subset of Netflix original series like ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Black Mirror’.
Irdeto Rights for ChinaDRM with forensic watermarking enables iQIYI to securely offer premium UHD and early release OTT entertainment to over 20 million Chinese customers.
Representatives of four online entertainment firms discuss how to tap into the OTT platform market by producing and sourcing quality localised content.
BBC Worldwide signed an MOU with iQIYI, China’s largest online video platform, to bring almost 300 hours of pre-school content from CBeebies to its viewers. This is the first time that CBeebies programmes will be available in China on a digital platform.
Video-streaming site iQiyi, part of Chinese internet giant Baidu, is likely to go for an IPO in 2017 that would value the entity at about $5 bn.