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Youku gets video website licence, one of the big three video websites in China that did not previously have a licence from SARFT to operate has been granted the license according to several Chinese language reports (1, 2, 3).

For background to the video website licensing kerfuffle, see this Danwei post: Video website licenses for 247 sites: Big Three left in the cold.

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Despite this and another report on Sina, Youku Monday only said officially that they would get the license "soon" and declined any further comment.

I can't find the Hexun report which you referred above said anything about Youku has got the licence


I am not sure if entered the wrong URL or if the page has changed, but I have added several links to other Chinese media reports about this to the post above.

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