Jan 04, 2012
The National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) has added online P2P video service provider, download accelerator software developer, and online game operator Xunlei to its copyright non-compliance list for the first time in its recent audit of 18 online video sites due to Xunlei's failure to provide a complete list of its TV drama content and relevant licenses.
China's TV stations have recently begun lengthening TV advertising breaks between TV drama episodes, holding sweepstakes, and using other methods to offset losses brought about by the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT)'s recent ban on TV ad breaks during TV drama episodes.
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