Reporting for China

Reporting for China

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While Western media are shrinking their foreign correspondent networks, Chinese media, for the first time in history, are rapidly expanding worldwide. The Chinese government is financing most of this growth, hoping to strengthen its influence and improve its public image. But do these reporters willingly serve formulated agendas or do they follow their own interests? And are they changing Chinese citizensii½ views of the world? Based on interviews and informal conversations with over seventy current and former correspondents, Reporting for China documents a diverse group of professionals who hold political views from nationalist to liberal, but are constrained in their ability to report on the world by Chinaii½s media control, audience tastes, and the declining market for traditional media.This, and the censoring of a new yeara#39;s editorial in January 2013 that called for press freedom by a new editor-inchief, Huang ... and paraded on television for having written an a€œirresponsiblea€ article about the crash of the Chinese stock market.

Title:Reporting for China
Author: Pal Nyiri
Publisher:University of Washington Press - 2017-03-21

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