Xinhua is hosting a world media summit in Beijing. From their own report: Xinhua and eight other renowned media organizations including News Corporation, AP, Reuters, ITAR-TASS, Kyodo News, BBC, Turner Broadcasting System and...
by Sophie Beach | May 19, 2009
From the Wall Street Journal’s China Journal blog: China’s Xinhua News Agency is lecturing Western media outlets for ignoring risks, covering up lies, protecting the powerful and clouding the truth. The context: China’s...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 30, 2009
Following a complaint brought at the WTO, China has changed regulations governing foreign financial information providers. From the Los Angeles Times: The rules eliminate a requirement that foreign providers must work through a...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 15, 2009
The International Herald Tribune profiles CCTV anchor Rui Chenggang, who made waves a couple of years ago when he protested Starbucks operating in the Forbidden City. From the IHT profile: His nightly financial news program...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 27, 2009
Richard Li, son of Li Ka-shing, plans to launch on online financial news service with Caijing Magazine. From Bloomberg: The venture, which will focus its coverage on China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, may start operations by the end...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 13, 2008
Following complaints filed to the WTO by the U.S., E.U. and Canada, China has canceled regulations imposed in 2006 that required foreign financial news services to go through Xinhua to distribute news in China. From AP: Calling...
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