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-- Partnership will focus exclusively on the import and sale of Korean products into China
-- The partnership will allow YOD to reach both Huawei's mobile and OTT / Internet TV users in China
- New Partnership will expand YOU On Demand's distribution footprint globally via Smart TVs
New JV Frequency Asia will allow YOU On Demand to expand globally beyond China
Q4/FY 2015 Earnings Call Time Changed to 4:30pm EDT, March 30
-Bruno Wu of Sun Seven Stars appointed Chairman
- Transaction includes a $10 million investment from Sun Seven Stars
Stocks with insider trader activity include NCS, MENT and YOD
YOU On Demand (YOD) shares are higher after the company's announcement of a new strategic partnership with mobile Internet company C Media.
- Immediate access to 70 million captive consumers annually on express and high-speed trains
-Continues Expansion of YOU Hollywood OTT Service In China
Trade-Ideas LLC identified YOU On Demand Holdings (YOD) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
YOU On Demand (YOD) is gaining Monday after announcing a new licensing agreement with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution.
- Service will offer premium children's titles and pre-school educational content
- Service will be available immediately to 6 million mobile video subscribers
Shares of Chinese subscription video service YOU on Demand (YOD) surged in morning trading Wednesday after Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi said it would invest $1 billion to acquire television content.
YOU On Demand (YOD) rose in after-hours trading Thursday after the Chinese streaming video service reported a narrower net loss and an increase in revenue in its second-quarter results.
These stocks look ready to break out and trade higher from current levels.
YOU On Demand (YOD) fell Thursday on higher-than-average volume. The stock dropped 5.25% to $3.43 at 2:50 p.m. More than 1.9 million shares had changed hands by that point, slightly greater than its average volume of 1,868,330. The stock hit a low of $2.98 for the day.