Apr 29, 2008
Senior Internet gaming experts are casting doubt on claims made by Giant Interactive (NYSE: GA) and Netease (Nasdaq: NTES) of record-breaking peak concurrent user (PCU) numbers of over two million, saying that operators are using special promotions which encourage users to log on with multiple accounts, but that the number of actual players is not increasing by the same amount.
China's Academy of Broadcasting Science, under the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), has held a meeting to promote overseas partnerships on the CMMB standard, with senior officials from SARFT's Science and Technology Department, the Academy itself, the S2M Group and Loral Space and Communications.
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