China's Window on the World: TV News, Social Knowledge, and International Spectacles
An extensive examination and assessment of Chinese national television news from a long-term point of view. The project covers a seven-year time span, beginnning with the deepening of China's economic reforms in 1992 and ending with 1998, when CCTV celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Timeliness of News on CCTV
Attribution of News on CCTV
Focus of Visual Image on CCTV News
20 other sections not shown
activities aEntries affairs audiences Beijing broadcast CCTV CCTV's central Chang chapter China's window Chinese journalists Chinese mass media Chinese national television Chinese news media Chinese society Chinese television Chinese TV Clinton coastal Communist Party conceptual Cultural Revolution Disasters/accidents domestic and foreign domestic video reports eastern Europe/Russia economic reforms eign events or issues external foreign imports foreign policy foreign programs foreign TV programming foreign video reports geopolitical global heads of state/government Hong Kong ideological indicated international relations involved Japan Jiang Jiang Zemin mass communication mass media media in China Media Studies Journal Military/defense minutes MRFT number of countries official People's perspective political Press propaganda regions Russia Shanghai Sino-American relations social construction social knowledge South Asia South Korea Soviet stories on CCTV structure study period Table Taiwan television in China tion Total TV stations United viewers visual images Western worldview Xinhua News Agency