Oct 26, 2011
China's State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) recently issued its "Views on Further Strengthening Management of Satellite Television Entertainment Programming," in which it decreed that starting January 1, 2012, China's 34 satellite channels must increase the amount of news programming and decrease the amount of programming in certain other categories in order to curb "excessive entertainment and vulgar tendencies."
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