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Much has been written about American superheroes like Spider-Man and Batman being portrayed in movies by Brits, but the greater growth in outsourcing of talent is in television.
China's broadcasting watchdog, the State Administration of Radio, Film and TV, has banned two popular reality and talent skeins for poor moral standards.
America's got talent, but is that enough to sustain another round of song and dance competition shows?