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Radio Taiwan International

Xinyi Li (xxl5093) Radio Taiwan International serves as the “voice of Taiwan” also. It is established by the government in Taiwan, and it is also the only public media organization, which provides the international broadcasting. It provides about 13 languages, such as mandarins, Hakka, Cantonese, English, and Japanese etc. It is the first Chinese radio … Continue reading

New Media in China —- Cell Phones

Xinyi Li (xxl5093) New media has strong formalization, strong reaction, high recovery, convenient usages, and various sources. In China, experts reported that Chinese new media developed with a rapid speed in Chinese market with 35% more than the average speed. For the word “NEW”, Chinese media agency gives the perception of it: new platform of … Continue reading

New Documentaries in China: A Bite of China

Xinyi Li (xxl5093) Documentary, as a special category of television show, tries to face to the world, which means it will enter the global market. However, some experts of other countries say that Chinese documentaries have low ideological level, and little narrative thinking, slow pace although China has special angle of shooting, sensitive emotion of … Continue reading

CCTV Station in China

Xinyi Li (xxl5093) CCTV is the abbreviation of China Central Television. It is one of the official medias of the People’s Republic of China, and it is under control of the nation. There are 45 channels that are classified to focus on different categories of contents. All these 45 channels are broadcasted by satellite. Otherwise, … Continue reading

Cinema of China

Xinyi Li (xxl5093) After Government of the Republic of China retreated to Taiwan, Chinese film started to split apart. Many industry delegates stayed in Shanghai or immigrated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, or other regions in the world. During the Cultural Revolution, film industry entered the downturn of stagnation. Until the Reform and Opening up, the … Continue reading

Television Industry in Taiwan

Xinyi Li (xxl5093) Television Industry Taiwan Till 2004, there are about 60 national companies provide 93 satellite television channels while 19 foreign companies provide 42 channels in Taiwan. In 2005, there are around 63 cable television systems. Recently, the popularizing rate of the television in Taiwan is close to 100% with 85.2% of cable television popularizing … Continue reading