Raffi Kamalian has worked in the tech and multi-media field in Asia since 2004. In 2013, Raffi founded the first Hong Kong based MCN which was acquired by Collab Asia in 2018. Raffi is currently the head of Greater China for Collab Asia where he has been a leader in syndication of licensed overseas content into the Mainland China market. Under Raffi's direction, Collab Asia is one of the very few overseas companies that can monetize content in the MCN programs of the major Chinese video platforms including Bilibili, Baidu, Tencent Video, Bytedance's Toutiao and iQiyi. Raffi holds a PhD in engineering from UC Berkeley and speaks Mandarin Chinese and Japanese.
Here's where you'll find Raffi Kamalian (Head of Greater China - Collab Asia)
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4 December, 2019
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM 45 minutes
Monetising Your Video Content in China - and Bringing China Content to the Rest of the World
Add to Calendar 12/04/2019 14:00 12/04/2019 14:45 Asia/Singapore Monetising Your Video Content in China - and Bringing China Content to the Rest of the World The People's Republic of China represents the single biggest consumer base for online video with over 800 million people having access to Internet enabled smartphones. It also includes a deep and talented creator community.-Unfortunately YouTube, Facebook and Twitter are not accessible within the country, but in their absence a fiercely competitive landscape of local video platforms has grown up such as Bilibili, iQiyi, Haokan, Douyin and Weishi. Once a haven for unlicensed content, these platforms have embraced business models that allow creators and rights holders to build communities and protect and monetise their video content. This session from Collab Asia introduces the major players and business models, introduces the audience to some of the leading creators in China, and provides tips and strategies on how to bring content IN to China, and how to effectively bring Chinese creators to the rest of the world. | Canning Ballroom - Collab Asia Stage | false MM/DD/YYYY