YG Entertainment to Begin China Promotions and Opens Official Channel on Youku
By Staff Writer | July 24, 2013 10:04 AM EDT
YG Entertainment has opened their official channel on China's biggest video site and is ready to begin China activities.
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They revealed on July 24 that they will be opening their official channel on Tuduo and Youku. This 'YG FAMILY CHANNEL' will be created and marketed together with Samsung.
With Samsung as their sponsor, there will be many hallyu marketing and other promotions in China.
YG CEO commented, "We'e had many opportunities to work and promote in China and we are finally able to officially promote in China with the help of Youku and Samsung. We will be working hard to provide great content for Youku and spread the culture of K-Pop around China and Asia."
He continued, "YG will now be starting their official journey in China. YG will be able to meet with all the fans and friends of China."
They plan to upload YG artists music videos, behind the scenes, world tour documentaries and more on their channel.
YG's 'YG FAMILY CHANNEL' will officially open on July 24.
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