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Concise Analysis of the Chinese Digital Publishing Industry

DUBLIN, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4sq5fk/china_digital) has announced the addition of the "Concise Analysis of the Chinese Digital Publishing Industry" report to their offering. 

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As an emerging publishing industry, digital publishing is characterized by digitization of content production, management process and product form as well as networked communication channels. With the rapid evolution of the Internet and digital technology in recent years, China digital publishing industry has entered a fast development stage. In 2002-2012, the revenue herein presented a CAGR of 61.6%. In 2013, bolstered by favorable policies, MPR and big data, the total revenue of China digital publishing industry exceeded RMB260 billion and is expected to reach RMB350 billion in 2014.

Meanwhile, Chinese digital publishing products are enriched, including Internet-based e-books, digital newspapers, digital publications based on mobile phones and other mobile terminals. In 2012, China's Internet journals, e-books (including original network publications) and digital newspaper (excluding mobile newspaper) generated the cumulative revenue of RMB5.773 billion, while mobile publishing created as high as RMB48.65 billion. In addition, the traditional publishing sector begins to turn to digital publishing. In 2013, China introduced the first batch of 70 digital publishing transformation demonstration institutions, a stimulus for digital transition of the publishing industry. 

In 2014, the transformation demonstration will continue to be the focus of the industry. The concentration capability of China's digital publishing is growing. In 2008, China established the first digital publishing industry base -- Shanghai Zhangjiang National Digital Publishing Base, followed by the bases in Chongqing, Hangzhou, Hubei and Hunan. By the end of 2013, China had already founded 12 national digital publishing industry bases located in six regions except Northeast China.


Key Topics Covered: 

1 Introduction to Digital Publishing

2 Environment for China Digital Publishing Industry

3 Status Quo of Digital Publishing in China

4 Digital Publishing Market Segments 

5 Major Regions of Digital Publishing in China

6 Major Content and Technology Providers in China Digital Publishing Industry

7 Summary and Forecast


Companies Mentioned:

  • Anhui Publishing Group
  • Beijing ChinesesAll Digital Publishing Co., Ltd.
  • Beijing Language and Culture University Press
  • Beijing LongYuan Innovation Information Technology Co., Ltd.
  • China Education Publishing & Media Group
  • China Mobile Communications Corporation Mobile Reading Base
  • China South Publishing & Media Group Co., Ltd.
  • Chongqing VIP Information Co., Ltd.
  • Founder Apabi Technology Limited
  • Hubei Changjiang Media Digital Publishing Co., Ltd.
  • Shanda Literature Limited
  • Shenzhen Palm Media Science and Technology Co., Ltd.
  • The Commercial Press
  • Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)
  • WanFang Data Co., Ltd.
  • Xplus
  • ZCOM

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4sq5fk/china_digital


Media Contact: Laura Wood, +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


SOURCE Research and Markets

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