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Monday, October 21, 2013

Chinese Government Moves To Cut Back On Permissible Forms Of Non-Domestic Broadcast

From the Hollywood Reporter: the Chinese government has cut back on the types of foreign tv broadcast formats permitted in the country. Some observers see the restrictions as, in part, an attempt on the part of the government to remove what it sees increasing objectionable content from Chinese airwaves. More here from THR, here from Time magazine.

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