CNNIC

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CNNICChina Internet Network Information Center
CNNICChina Network Information Center
CNNICChina National Network Information Center
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Additionally, CNNIC's global brand studio Create will produce a branded content feature about the tennis star to run as a native article, which will be amplified through WarnerMedia's Launchpad technology to reach ANA's key audiences on social platforms.
CNNIC's (2016) report showed that online news usage rate among the adolescents was 74.5%, being 7.5% lower than the average of the Chinese netizens, while their search engine usage rate was 4.3% higher than the average, implying that the youth in China were active online information seekers, who were not satisfied with the ready information but preferred to search and secure information by themselves.
A branded content hub, 'Pioneering Spirits' , is home to interactive features devised by CNNIC's in house studio, create .
T1 is reportedly borne out of the digital strategy devised by CNNIC -- the arm of Turner International that monetises all CNN properties outside of the US -- to combine data and content solutions to grow partnerships between CNN and international advertisers.
The Philippines continues to be the social medial capital of the world-Filipinos spending over six hours online daily (Global Web Index, January 2014) and four hours daily on social media (US Census Bureau, Facebook, Tencent, CNNIC).
The number of registered IT-related companies has tripled from 74,141 in 2013 to 240,413 in 2015, according to a China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) 2016 report (quoted by China Daily, 2016).
These 721 million internet users are defined as those who have gone online at least once in the past six months -- by June, up 3.1 per cent from the end of December, the government-linked China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC), said.
By the end of 2014, the number of online video users in China had reached 433 million, accounting for 66.7% of all Internet users (CNNIC, 2015).
The China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) reported that before June 2013, approximately 133 million people, which comprise approximately 22.4% of the total net users in China, made tourism reservations online.
[8] China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), "Research Report of Chinese Online Shopping Market," 2013, http://www.cnnic.cn/.