China has ordered the halting of news reporting by online media. Companies in the online and mobile sectors have been told to disband their reporting teams and instead carry only news content…
The Chinese government has ordered 120 protest songs to be removed from the Internet. It deemed them obscene or harming social morality.
HONG KONG — US TV series "Agent Carter" and "Empire" have been ordered offline in China by the country's media regulator, the State General Administration for Press, Publication, Radio, Film and…
Rising costs and high wastage are dark side of booming China industry
Michael P. O’Rielly, a Republican Capitol Hill staffer nominated to fill a vacancy on the FCC, told the Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday that agency regulations “need to be flexible” and to…
It takes a lot for Singapore's docile citizens to hit the streets in an anti-government demonstration, especially over something like Internet regulation.
Tom Wheeler, President Obama’s nominee to be the next chairman of the FCC, faced pointed questions on regulatory overreach and TV indecency from Republicans at a Senate confirmation hearing on…
MPAA chairman Chris Dodd has warned against any effort to try to regulate violent content and suggested that the industry would work with the White House on additional voluntary steps to help parents…
Faced with ongoing uncertainty over California's production incentive program, a quartet of agencies have urged municipalities to adopt a uniform set of regulations in order to keep producers…
The FCC has voted to proceed with a public inquiry on how it should handle the regulation of broadband service providers.
Russia's outdated broadcasting regulatory framework has come under the spotlight in a report from European Commission body, the European Audiovisual Observatory.
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