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China - Opportunities for International Media Businesses

Author: Torsten Hoffmann
Publisher: Hamburg : Diplomica Verlag, 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Hauptbeschreibung"The presence of television is influencing the future of China in ways that no other technology or human agency can" (J. Lull). Given its' importance, both culturally and politically, the television industry is one of the most interesting industries in China. However, a quick review of regulations and market realities showed that there are virtually no foreign channels in the country and probably  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Hoffmann, Torsten.
China - Opportunities for International Media Businesses: Giving Historical Context, Media Import and Export.
Hamburg : Diplomica Verlag, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Torsten Hoffmann
ISBN: 9783863416065 3863416066
OCLC Number: 784887054
Description: 1 online resource (57 pages)
Contents: China --
Opportunities for International Media Businesses. Giving Historical Context, Media Import and Export; FOREWORD; INDEX; 1 Motivation, Structure and Methodology; 2 Brief Historic Perspective on Political Influence and Media in China; 2.1 Ancient China, Inventions and Early Uses of Media; 2.2 Media and Political Influence in Imperial China; 2.3 The Rise of 'Mass Culture'; 2.4 Communism, the Use of Propaganda and the Reform Era; 2.5 Tiananmen Square Massacre; 2.6 Post-Reform China; 3 Government Control Today; 3.1 Broadcasting System and Regulators; 3.2 Rules and Regulations. 3.3 Discussion on Cultural Imperialism3.4 Special Case: News; 4 The Chinese Media Market; 4.1 Size, Growth and Structure; 4.2 Import and Export of Cultural Products; 4.3 The Role of IP and Piracy Issues; 4.4 Analyzing Audience Preferences; 5 Chinese Media Companies; 5.1 CCTV; 5.2 Xinhua; 5.3 Second and Third-Tier Players; 6 Foreign Media Companies and their Strategies in China; 6.1 NEWS CORPORATION AND STAR TV; 6.2 PHOENIX; 6.3 THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY; 6.4 DISCOVERY CHANNEL AND NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC; 6.5 VIACOM; 6.6 Summary; 7 10-Year outlook for the Chinese Television Market. 7.1 Government Control and Sponsorship7.2 The Role of Technological Developments; 7.3 Domestic Players within China; 7.4 Foreign Players in China; 8 Implications for Global Markets; 8.1 Territories, Genres, and Discussion on Creativity; 8.2 Spreading the Chinese Perspective; 9 References; 10 Appendices; Der Autor.

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Hauptbeschreibung"The presence of television is influencing the future of China in ways that no other technology or human agency can" (J. Lull). Given its' importance, both culturally and politically, the television industry is one of the most interesting industries in China. However, a quick review of regulations and market realities showed that there are virtually no foreign channels in the country and probably won't be for a while; therefore the focus of this report is foreign television content entering China - and, to a slightly lesser degree, Chinese content in global markets. All video.

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