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[[File:ccav3.jpg|400px|thumb|left|''“CCAV: Against pornography, violence and vulgarity.”'']] CCAV is a derogatory nickname for CCTV (China Central Television). “AV” is Chinese slang for a pornographic film, because it is short for “adult video.”
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[[File:ccav3.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''“CCAV: Against pornography, violence and vulgarity.”'']]  
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[[File:ccav1.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''“CCAV: On site and providing you with all the gossip.”'']]
  
CCAV became a popular term when CCTV’s evening news broadcast a piece about the need to crack down on adult videos. The term is often used to describe CCTV when the media organization's actions are thought particularly hypocritical.
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[[File:ccav2.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''CCTV program on anti-pornography efforts.'']]
  
CCTV is often a target for mockery among Chinese netizens. [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/China/han-han/ Han Han], China’s most popular blogger, [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/02/han-han-韩寒-bash-cctv-when-its-on-fire/ took aim] when the new CCTV headquarters, still under construction, [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/02/china-detains-building-chief-in-tv-complex-blaze/ caught fire] in early 2009.
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[[File:ccav4.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''Completed in May 2012, the new CCTV headquarters is as known as the [[Big Boxer Shorts]].'']]
  
<feed url="feed://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/cctv/feed/" entries="5">
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[[File:ccav5.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''A netizen points out an intriguing gaff.'']]
== [{PERMALINK} {TITLE}] ==
 
'''{DATE}, by {AUTHOR}'''
 
</feed>
 
  
[[File:ccav1.jpg|600px|thumb|center|''“CCAV: On site and providing you with all the gossip.'']]
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[[File:ccav6.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''The CCTV tower, a.k.a. the [[Big Boxer Shorts]] under construction.'']]CCAV is a derogatory nickname for CCTV (China Central Television), the state-run national network. “AV” is Chinese slang for “adult video,” i.e. pornographic film.
  
[[File:ccav2.jpg|600px|thumb|center|''CCTV program on anti-pornography efforts.'']]
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CCAV became a popular term when CCTV’s evening news broadcast a piece about the need to crack down on adult videos. The term is often used to describe CCTV when the media organization's actions seem particularly hypocritical.
  
[[File:ccav4.jpg|600px|thumb|center|''Completed in May 2012, the new CCTV headquarters is often called “Big Underpants” online.'']]
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CCTV is often a target of netizen mockery. [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/China/han-han/ Han Han], China’s most popular blogger, [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/02/han-han-韩寒-bash-cctv-when-its-on-fire/ took aim] when the new CCTV headquarters, still under construction, [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/02/china-detains-building-chief-in-tv-complex-blaze/ caught fire] in early 2009.
  
[[File:ccav5.jpg|600px|thumb|center|''A netizen points out an intriguing gaff.'']]
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<feed url="feed://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/cctv/feed/" entries="12">
 
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== [{PERMALINK} {TITLE}] ==
[[File:ccav6.jpg|600px|thumb|center|''The CCTV tower under construction.'']]
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'''{DATE}, by {AUTHOR}'''
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</feed>
  
 
[[Category: Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon]]
 
[[Category: Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon]]

Revision as of 21:40, 23 September 2013

“CCAV: Against pornography, violence and vulgarity.”
“CCAV: On site and providing you with all the gossip.”
CCTV program on anti-pornography efforts.
Completed in May 2012, the new CCTV headquarters is as known as the Big Boxer Shorts.
A netizen points out an intriguing gaff.
The CCTV tower, a.k.a. the Big Boxer Shorts under construction.

CCAV is a derogatory nickname for CCTV (China Central Television), the state-run national network. “AV” is Chinese slang for “adult video,” i.e. pornographic film.

CCAV became a popular term when CCTV’s evening news broadcast a piece about the need to crack down on adult videos. The term is often used to describe CCTV when the media organization's actions seem particularly hypocritical.

CCTV is often a target of netizen mockery. Han Han, China’s most popular blogger, took aim when the new CCTV headquarters, still under construction, caught fire in early 2009.

<feed url="feed://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/cctv/feed/" entries="12">

[{PERMALINK} {TITLE}]

{DATE}, by {AUTHOR} </feed>