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Rumor: SARFT to Ban Ads During TV Dramas in 2012

International Finance News, 11/22/11

China's State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) will prohibit TV advertising during TV drama broadcasts at all times of day next year on all TV stations nationwide, including CCTV, according to an industry source.   Read More...

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Muddy Waters Accuses Focus Media of Fraud

Muddy Waters, 11/21/11

Market research firm Muddy Waters has alleged that Chinese digital media and Internet advertising operator Focus Media (Nasdaq: Focus Media) fraudulently overstates the number of LCD screens in its out-of-home display network by approximately 50%, particularly in Tier 1 cities.   Read More...

China's Cable DTV Users Reach 99 Mln in September

Dvbcn.com, 11/21/11

According to recent figures from Beijing-based TV industry consulting firm CMR-Union, China had a total of 99 mln cable DTV subscriber households as of the end of September 2011.   Read More...

BesTV, UnionPay, Konka Launch Payment-Enabled Smart TV

TechWeb, 11/22/11

Shanghai Media Group IPTV subsidiary Shanghai BesTV, Chinese banking network China UnionPay, and Chinese television and consumer electronics manufacturer Konka (200016.SZ, 000016.SZ) today unveiled a new smart TV set.   Read More...

China Mass Media Q3 2011 Profit Up 118% YoY

PR Newswire Asia, 11/21/11

Chinese television advertising company China Mass Media (NYSE: CMM) today announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2011.   Read More...

SARFT Approves CNR Internet TV Platform

SARFT, 11/22/11

China National Radio (CNR) subsidiary CNR Media Corporation has announced that its Internet TV integrated operations platform has been approved by a State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) review board, making CNR China's seventh licensed Internet TV integrated service provider.   Read More...

 
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