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Billboard
How Maroon 5's Social Video Success Came by Moving From Musical.ly to White-Label Solution Vivoomas a handful of startups like Musical.ly and Smule continue to grow -- the form
Billboard / Posted 7 days ago
as a handful of startups like Musical.ly and Smule continue to grow -- the former was recently acquired by Chinese site Beijing Bytedance Technology Co. for a reported $800 million, while the latter raised a $54 million strategic financing round... Read more
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Bizjournals
Music video app Musical.ly sold for $800MInc., maker of a musical video social app popular with teens, has been bought b
Bizjournals / Posted 11 days ago
Inc., maker of a musical video social app popular with teens, has been bought by Chinese news and information site Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. for a reported $800 million. Musical.ly, which was founded in Shanghai by co-CEOs Alex Zhu... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Musical.ly Acquired by Chinese Startup for $800MThe lip-sync app currently has more than 200 million users. Lip-sync app Music
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
The lip-sync app currently has more than 200 million users. Lip-sync app Musical.ly has been scooped up by Beijing ByteDance Technology Co., or simply ByteDance, the Chinese startup behind news site Jinri Toutiao, the company announced on Friday.... Read more
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Billboard
Musical.ly Acquired By Chinese Startup for $800 MillionLip-sync app Musical.ly has been scooped up by Beijing ByteDance Technology Co.
Billboard / Posted 11 days ago
Lip-sync app Musical.ly has been scooped up by Beijing ByteDance Technology Co., or simply ByteDance, the Chinese startup behind news site Jinri Toutiao, the company announced on Friday. Although financial details were not disclosed, multiple outlets... Read more
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Zero Hedge
November 10maker of a lip-syncing app popular among teens and tweens, has agreed to be acq
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 days ago
maker of a lip-syncing app popular among teens and tweens, has agreed to be acquired by Chinese news and information site Beijing Bytedance Technology Co for as much as $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.... Read more
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