With the recent increase in the proportion of non-face-to-face concerts due to COVID-19, the K-pop concert live broadcasting platform Bbangya TV is drawing attention.
LOS ANGELES, CA, January 26, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Bbangya TV has secured 2.5 million users around the world on large enterprise platforms such as YouTube, Netflix, and Naver V App, and is servicing K-pop concerts all over the world. It is linked with popular ticket companies in 20 countries around the world, K-Pop users around the world can pay easily and watch, and they can also pay on Bbangya TV. It also provides real-time chat with artists and emoticon gift services. The service doesn’t just end at K-pop. It has also gathered foreign artists to broadcast concerts live. This is also the strong point of Bbangya TV.
-Live broadcasting all over the world (company’s own video player) -Real-time subtitle service available in different languages -Real-time chat available -Gift to artists with emoticons -Illegal re-streaming crackdown -Connected with large concert ticket companies in 20 countries
In the past year, it has broadcast more than 250 concerts around the world, with revenue of more than 2 billion won. Also, it has successfully ended the 1st Bbangya Music Festival, and is still signing contracts with famous artists. The company is collecting a five-billion won private equity fund for non-face-to-face concerts (an official at Bbangya TV that it is creating a private equity fund of 5 billion won for non-face-to-face concerts (MOU with Key West Global Investment).
Recently, due to COVID-19, as the number of online non-face-to-face paid concerts increased and paid online streaming concerts are played all over the world, illegal re-streaming and illegal distribution of VOD have become problems. How is Bbangya TV handling it? Bbangya TV has developed a technology to prevent illegal re-streaming based on the know-how of online concert services accumulated over the years, and has experience in detecting and blocking more than 100 illegal streaming channels during concerts that lasted more than two hours during large-scale live performances in the past.
The company staff said, “We are going to file the lawsuit based on the information of users who illegally streamed during the first BMF Live and evidence, and we are going to develop new methods and advanced technologies in the future. Now, the war against illegal restreaming has begun in the online market worldwide, and depending on how we can stop the distribution of illegal contents, the flow of the online market will be determined.”
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