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China Entertainment is a Sino-US media production and marketing company. China Entertainment as a Los Angeles-based media company dedicated to delivering specially tailored Hollywood content to major outlets in China, as well as Chinese and Hollywood content to an American audience.
China Entertainment is a Sino-US media production and marketing company. China Entertainment as a Los Angeles-based media company dedicated to delivering specially tailored Hollywood content to major outlets in China, as well as Chinese and Hollywood content to an American audience.
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Exclusive Broadcast of The 90th Annual Academy Awards to China

China Entertainment Group Partners with Mango TV to Present 2nd Annual Exclusive Broadcast in Mainland China for – The 90th Academy Awards

Leading China – US delivers exclusive broadcast of The 90th Annual Academy Awards to China

 

China Entertainment Group in partnership with Mango TV, the digital enterprise of Hunan TV, the most viewed TV channel in China, will be the exclusive platform to stream the 90th Academy Awards in China for the second year in a row. Last year’s Mango Beats Oscar featured megastars Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson, Jackie Chan, Andrew Garfield, and Casey Affleck. This year’s event has confirmed appearances by Stephen Spielberg, Jordan Peele, and Guillermo Del Toro.

 

Mango TV, which also holds exclusive Chinese broadcasting rights for the Emmys, the Golden Globes, the Grammys, the American Music Awards, and other major international award shows, is proud to present mainland China’s exclusive broadcast of the Oscars, in partnership with China Entertainment Group for the second year. As the foremost marketing and production company, China Entertainment Group is bridging the gap between China and the U.S. through the power of entertainment by bringing fans and stars together.

Coca Xie, China Entertainment Group
Coca Xie, China Entertainment Group

Coca Xie, China Entertainment Group’s founder and Chief Executive Officer, will once again host the red carpet for the 90th Academy Awards on March 5, 2017 as part of Mango TV’s successful Mango Beats Oscar programming. Leading up to the award ceremony, Coca has been interviewing actors, producers, directors, and Oscar fans. Included in this year’s interviews are Carter Goodrich, character designer; Barry Cook and Tony Bancroft, directors of Mulan; Janet Yang, Hollywood producer; and Oscar fans who deliver their predictions of this year’s winners. All of Coca and Mango TV’s Oscar coverage is available online at www.mgtv.com. In addition to this year’s 90th Academy Awards, Coca will be hosting specials on The American Black Film Festival Honors on February 25.

Coca Xie Interviews Jackie Chan at the 2018 Oscars
Coca Xie Interviews Jackie Chan at the 2018 Oscars

Mango TV, established in 2006, has over 47 million active viewers daily as well as 220 million daily video views on average. Last year’s live streaming of the 89th Oscar Awards by Mango TV showed three million peak concurrent users, a new record in live streaming of international events. Mango TV specializes in the creation of online videos, content presented in TV channels, and all copyright works exclusively from the Hunan Broadcasting System and Hunan Satellite TV which is currently China’s most viewed channel.

 

China Entertainment Group is a Sino-U.S. entertainment business based in Los Angeles, California, United States, and Beijing, China. With exclusive and extensive contacts in the entertainment industry, China Entertainment collaborates with Hunan TV, CCTV, Youku, and Alibaba. The company focuses on new media marketing and production with the mission “to bridge the gap between China and America through the power of entertainment.” Founder and CEO, Coca Xie, has years of experience working in Hollywood and Chinese entertainment, and is the first Chinese producer and host to work in a major American news organization.



 

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