An avid fan of Chinese TV dramas, 37-year-old Maja from Poland always carries a 500-gigabyte portable hard drive with her - be it on a family trip or a business trip.
Global video streaming service Viki, owned by Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten, wants to get more people to pay for its content.
Online streaming service Viki is rolling out its Chinese-language content to viewers areound the world.
Streaming platform Viki has picked up global rights to almost 100 hours of Malaysian scripted content.
Viki, la plataforma de entretenimiento que permite ver contenidos globales en distintos idiomas, tiene un modelo de negocios que se monetiza a través de dos fuentes ...
미국의 한 인터넷 회사가 한국 드라마를 소재로 또 다른 인터넷 드라마를 제작하고 나서 화제입니다.
Viki has recently reached a major milestone with their crowdsourced subtitles. After eight years, Viki has achieved 1 billion words.
Global TV streaming service Viki has greenlighted its first original series, scripted dramedy “Dramaworld.”
Viki, the global video site owned by Japan’s Rakuten, has made an acquisition of its own after it snapped up Soompi, an English-language news ...
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- Words translated 1 Billion+
- Languages translated 200+
- Viewership 195 countries
- Offices San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo