Jitterbug is going public, Tencent News is reporting this, is it fair and equitable?

Are Chatterbox and Tencent getting tough again?

Recently, the president of Byte Jump, Li Liang, publicly basked in Tencent’s recent news selections. Deriding Tencent for using the value of the news license to the extreme!

The background of the matter is this, on October 26, media reported that Byte Jumping considered promoting a separate spin-off listing of the Jitterbug business. On the same day, Tencent News launched the article “Jitterbug Insider: the birth of the melting pot of time”, describing Jitterbug as a melting pot built by an algorithm that devours operators, creators and users.

The timing of the release was indeed just right. Presumably this is what led to the hard steel of Byte Jump’s president, Li Liang.

Can Tencent avoid suspicion?

I’m afraid Tencent has no choice but to speak up. The two companies have been in the public eye for some time now, especially since the previous TouTeng war.

In the afternoon, the media reported that WeChat has also added a blockage to Shakespeare at the product level, when copying Shakespeare video links to send to friends of WeChat, friends can not copy the received link operation, only “delete” and “more” two options, and in WeChat, only the link can be “withdrawn” operation, are unable to jump to Shakespeare to open the corresponding video.

The competition between Tencent and Byte has been heated for a long time, especially between Byte’s Shakespeare and Tencent’s Racer or Weishi. And just recently, the fast hands out of the news, will be listed within the year.

At the critical point of Shakespeare’s IPO, Tencent launched such a report, saying that the melting pot of Shakespeare swallowing operators, creators and users is estimated to be the reason why Byte’s vice president Li Liang is intolerable.

Li Liang also mentioned another company recently highlighted by Tencent News, the company to go public, Ant, on October 20, Alipay’s parent company Ant Group IPO was approved by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. On the same day, Tencent News’s “Prism” column released the “hundreds of billions of” rich “feast B side: demolition of the ant IPO behind the employee incentive plan. Alipay is also Tencent’s competitor from the business point of view.

For enterprises with interests related to the supervision of public opinion, will not have a natural inclination? Can we escape the suspicion of using public weapons for private purposes? I’m afraid it’s hard to explain the problem.

It’s not hard to explain, for example, you can look at what Tencent has done with its own company’s coverage of Faster and Microvision.