Watching Facebook on TV indicates a Video Content Switch from Social Media to TV Screen

In an exciting twist to social media and TV viewing, Facebook has announced the upcoming launch of its new smart TV app. The app will support Apple TV, Samsung TV and Amazon Fire TV, and allow Facebook users to watch videos and check their newsfeed at the same time. Users will be able to upload, share and save video content to be viewed later on their TV screen. We’re also excited to see what engaging and entertaining TV-style content they will come up with.

Appcoach Attends China Telecom’s “Multi-screen Advertising Solution” Launch Seminar and Shares Own SDK Technology

On September 9, 2016, China Telecom Best Tone Information Service Co., Ltd. (a fully-owned subsidiary of China Telecom) released its "multi-screen advertising solution” project. With the advantage of China Telecom’s family and business internet service user data, the company is able to connect smart TVs, computers and mobile phones to establish an online advertising platform that is data-centric and surrounds the entire family unit. Appcoach, Huan TV and Publicis Media (the co-organizers of the event), were there to show their support for China Telecom and the potential new market leader of China’s multiscreen advertising solutions industry. 

Appcoach Included in Mobile LUMAscape: Forging a Path to Becoming a Significant Global Media Agency

The recent addition of Appcoach into the digital marketing industry’s renowned “Mobile LUMAscape” graphic, published by LUMA Partners, is a significant moment. It not only recognizes the important role played by Appcoach in the ever-evolving mobile advertising ecosystem, it also highlights the company’s position as an upcoming force among global media agencies, placing it alongside many 4A advertising companies. 

Notice on China’s Recent Legislation on Mobile Gaming

On June 2, 2016, China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) bureau issued a “Notice” titled Circular on the Administration of Mobile Game Publishing Service, which states that all online publications and mobile games must be approved by the SAPPRFT. The Notice, which went into effect on July 1, 2016, has spawned numerous legal gestures and created heated discussions within the mobile gaming community in China and around the world. The stakes are high for mobile game developers looking to profit in the Chinese market and there is still uncertainty on the impact the Notice will have on the industry as a whole.