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TV news fails acid test

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The indignant email from Media Matters for America momentarily sounded like it must have come from the Onion: "Study: Kardashians Get 40 Times More News Coverage Than Ocean Acidification."

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TV a tiny share of China market

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Although TV existed in China in the early 1950s, it became a national service in 1958 with the launch of the state-controlled broadcaster now called China Central Television.

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Regime change carries warning signs

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The run-up to the Communist Party congress in autumn, when a once-in-a-decade leadership transition is to take place as president Hu Jintao hands over the reins of power to vice president Xi Jinping…

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