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It is the day of retries…first CNET entering TV market again, and now AOL re-entering China, in a smaller way than before. AOL has formed… Read more »

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Forbes: Analysys International has predicted that revenue from China’s wireless music market will hit 13.5 billion Yuan (almost US$1.7 billi… Read more »

WangYou Media, a Beijing-based provider of online diary, video and other content hosting, has raised just under $5 million in VC funding fro… Read more »

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UK company RadioScape “has won contracts to supply five more Digital Multimedia Broadcast (DMB) and Enhanced Packet Mode (EPM) transmission… Read more »

Research firm In-Stat reports that mobile TV in China will gather momentum in 2007 and grow to 94 million subscribers by 2009. Naturally, th… Read more »

Changes continue at the Chinese mobile content provider: after Linktone CEO resigned last month, the CTO Ye Xin and human resources VP Zhen… Read more »

Chinese mobile content troubles continues: LInktone’s CEO Raymond Yang resigned…The company did not disclose a reason for Yang’s departure… Read more »

From the Q4 conference call transcript on SeekingAlpha:
– The mobile value-added service revenue grew 3% sequentially, but declined 31% ye… Read more »

A good report on the Chinese online gaming market, by Bear Stearns…companies like Netease, The9, and Shanda. Download the 37-page PDF from… Read more »

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