Wanghong as Social Media Entertainment in China

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  • Author : David Craig
  • Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
  • Pages : 195 pages
  • ISBN : 9783030653750
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Wanghong as Social Media Entertainment in China

Wanghong as Social Media Entertainment in China
  • Author : David Craig,Stuart Cunningham
  • Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
  • Release : 06 March 2021
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In Chinese, the term wanghong refers to creators, social media entrepreneurs alternatively known as KOLs (key opinion leaders) and zhubo (showroom hosts), influencers and micro-celebrities. Wanghong also refers to an emerging media ecology in which these creators cultivate online communities for cultural and commercial value by harnessing Chinese social media platforms, like Weibo, WeChat, Douyu, Huya, Bilibili, Douyin, and Kuaishuo. Framed by the concepts of cultural, creative, and social industries, the book maps the development of wanghong policies and platforms,

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