State-owned, China Central Television has relaunched and rebranded its stable of foreign-language TV channels. The six are now labeled as China Global Television Network (CGTN) with CGTN English as…
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The Chinese government may seek to put limits on the pay of actors and actresses in a bid to curb runaway inflation of talent remuneration. The State Administration for Press Publication Radio Film…
Keshet International sells car-themed entertainment show "Trade Up," to China Central Television.
Bi Fujian, a comedian and host on China Central Television, is to be "seriously dealt with" following jokes he made about the late Communist Party leader Mao Zedong.
China Central Television (CCTV), the state-run broadcasting giant, has appointed a computer technician as its new president.
China's Spring Festival Gala is estimated to have been watched by some 450 million people.
Corruption probe widens its reach.
Interactive game show to launch in country with half billion smart phone users
China's president Xi Jinping has called for the establishment of several new media companies, and a possible reshaping pf China's media landscape. “Several new media groups that have strength…
Investigation may touch on closeness of advertising and content.
China's President Xi Jinping will personally head a new committee to strengthen the state's role in the internet in China.
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