In recent months, a Reuters series on China’s spreading global influence has investigated...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 6, 2014
Global Times reports instructions for TV and radio hosts to use more “proper...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 16, 2012
Mike Daisey’s one-man show, ‘The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs’, brought widespread attention to labour practices at the Foxconn plants in China where many Apple products are assembled (and which produce,...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 13, 2011
Last month, the Washington Post reported a legal campaign against Indonesia’s Falun Gong-linked Erabaru Radio, which was apparently instigated by the Chinese embassy. The station’s manager has now been sentenced to...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 4, 2011
While Mandarin broadcasts into China from the BBC World Service have been silenced, and Voice of America’s transmissions face a similar fate, the stations’ Chinese counterpart is expanding. From The Hindu: S....
by Samuel Wade | Apr 4, 2011
BBC producer Dawn Trump has posted a short video feature (in Chinese) on the World Service’s last Mandarin transmission on March 25. The video includes the last few moments of the final broadcast: The government argument...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 17, 2011
The Wall Street Journal reports the proposed elimination of Chinese broadcasts by Voice of America, in order to save funds which will be redirected toward online media. The announcement comes soon after the unveiling of similar...
by sjia | Oct 1, 2008
From chinaSMACK, Two days ago, a Shanghai radio station, AM990, broadcast a program where the host said that Shanghai people speaking the Shanghai dialect (Shanghainese) in public was a bad habit and that Shanghai people use...
by Timothy Lesle | Aug 26, 2008
The PBS Mediashift site has an insider’s account of how a Reporters Without Borders activist broadcast a 20-minute human rights message via FM radio from the Beijing International Media Center, 12 hours before the Olympics...
by Wu Nan | Sep 12, 2007
by Wu Nan | Jan 28, 2007
This week’s edition of CDT ChinaCast’s Foreign Correspondents Series features Jocelyn Ford, former China correspondent for American Public Media’s Marketplace Beijing bureau. Ford reported for Marketplace for...
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