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56.com is Awarded, Brand Value Recognized

November 23, 2010 – 56.com has received Brand Value Awards in the 3rd New Media Festival and 3rd China Media Brand Forum respectively.

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Shangpin.com received $10m investment from Disney affiliated Steamboat Ventures

November 2, 2010 – Shangpin.com, the first Chinese membership by invitation-only luxury private sales platform, has successfully closed Series B of $10m investment from Steamboat Ventures and Morningside Group. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

YoYi Media is a Finalist for the 2010 Red Herring 100 Asia Award

BEIJING / October 27, 2010 /PRNewswire-Asia/ – YoYi Media (Beijing) Interactive Advertising Co., Ltd announced today it has been selected as a Finalist for Red Herring's top 100 Asia award. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

Gridsum Technology Completes Series A Financing

BEIJING (October 18, 2010) Gridsum Technology, China’s leading provider of web, video and search analytics solutions, today announced the successful completion of its Series A financing round, led by Steamboat Ventures, a venture capital firm affiliated with The Walt Disney Company. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

Netmovie Founder Elaborates on Copyright Royalty Plan

National Business Daily, April 30, 2010 – Li Feng, founder and president of Beijing-based digital video distributor Netmovie, said that the company's "Domestic Movie Internet Café Digital Distribution Platform" project will launch on May 15. The new platform will charge screening fees for films made available in internet cafes and long-distance buses, and will have trial sites in 31 provinces, regions, and municipalities. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

Yoyi Media Completes Series A Financing

BEIJING – February 22, 2010 – Yoyi Media, China's leading provider of precision targeted online advertising and marketing solutions for advertisers and media publishers, today announced the successful completion of its Series A financing round, led by Steamboat Ventures and Gobi Partners. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

Vobile Announces Commercial Deployment with Leading Video Sharing Website 56.com

SANTA CLARA, CA March 23, 2009 –Vobile, the leading provider of video content identification and management services, today announced the full commercial deployment of its VideoDNA content identification and management system with 56.com, one of the largest and most popular video sharing websites in China.
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Youxigu has secured VC investment; Web Game has become a new hot spot in the online gaming industry

March 12, 2009 - Youxigu has secured VC investment; Web Game has become a new hot spot in the online gaming industry. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

UUSee.com Broadcasts Olympic Games with Video License to Quicken its Leading Pace

BEIJING /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ June 19, 2008 –After getting the video license, UUSee.com will hold a press conference on June 19 to publicize that it has been granted the live broadcast privilege for 2008 Olympic events including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, thus UUSee.com formally becomes cooperative partners with CCTV.com for the video live broadcast. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

56.com Announces $20 Million Series B Investment Led by HIKARI private equity, Inc. ("HPE") and Susquehanna International Group China ("SIG")

Beijing, China - December 7, 2007 – 56.com, China's leading online video and personal media sharing community, announced the completion of a US$ 20 mn equity financing round led by new investor HPE and previous investor SIG. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

Steamboat Sails from the Magic Kingdom to Asia

Asia Venture Capital Journal - June 18, 2007 – Steamboat Ventures, The Walt Disney Company's VC affiliate has become a significant investor in Asia, especially China, since it built out its Asian presence and raised its first Asia fund in 2006. READ FULL ARTICLE >>

Disney steams into China with venture-capital firm

Dow Jones Newswires - June 5, 2007 – The old cartoon "Steamboat Willie" made Mickey Mouse famous in the United States nearly 80 years ago. Now, the venture-capital firm Steamboat Ventures may hold the key to unlocking Mickey's fame in China. READ FULL ARTICLE >>