Billboard China

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Billboard China
Billboard China logo.jpg
Billboard China Site logo
Type of site
Online magazine
Available in Chinese
Owner Vision Music Ltd.[1]Chinese: 丰彩维讯传播集团[2](Guangzhou,China)
Commercial Yes
Launched September 5, 2016
Current status active

Billboard China is a music publication associated with American music business trade magazine Billboard. It was first established in 2016. On that same year,the website was launched online,with its mainly focus on music news,new music,etc.


With the global expansion of Billboard to continue,the U.S. publication eyes on Asian music market. On May 28, 2015, Billboard radio china was launched in Hong Kong,in partnership with local company Tork Limited before its official China launch, due to china's strict censorship for foreign company to launch business in the country.[3] On September 12, 2016, Billboard officially announced its launch in China partnered with company Vision Music Ltd..[1] On December 29, the website was establised online by the China branch.[4]


Initially, the site only published the U.S. publications' two mainly infulencial album and single charts.

On April 21, 2017, Billboard China partnered with Nilsen Company and Chinese leading social website Weibo to create a social media music chart.[5]

  • Billboard Hot 100(US)
  • Billboard 200(US)
  • Billboard Weibo Music Chart


  1. ^ a b Havens, Lyndsey (2016-09-12). "Billboard Launches in China". Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  2. ^ 韩, 洪刚 (September 16, 2016). "不久的将来,你可能会看到 Billboard 华语音乐榜". (in Chinese). Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  3. ^ "Billboard Launches 'Billboard Radio China,' Asia's First Billboard-Branded Internet Radio Station". Billboard. Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  4. ^ "9月5日Billboard China成立,之间经历了115天共2760小时的酝酿,今天2016年12月29日,我们对外宣布:Billboard China官网发布!今天开始,Billboard China将正式以媒体身份启动音乐业务,报道和推介好音乐和优秀的音乐人,举办精彩的Live演出和公正的颁奖礼。我们是Billboard中国,请多指教!". (in Chinese). 2016-12-29. Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  5. ^ "微博联手Billboard推国内首个社交媒体实时音乐榜". (in Chinese). Retrieved 2018-06-25.
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