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Macmillan Higher Education

The Chinese Television Industry

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British Film Institute

Pages: 200
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International Screen Industries

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Television is a massive industry in China, yet fewer people are watching television screens. This ground-breaking study explores how television content is changing, how the Chinese government is responding to the challenges...

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Television is a massive industry in China, yet fewer people are watching television screens. This ground-breaking study explores how television content is changing, how the Chinese government is responding to the challenges presented by digital media, and how businesses are brokering alliances in both traditional and new media sectors.

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China is one of the world's biggest screen industries, and this is the first book to provide a critical overview of Chinese television as a whole, appealing to students of Film, Media and Television, but also students of Asian or Chinese Studies
Covers all major genres (documentary, news, drama, children's TV) and all of China's broadcasters, along with discussions of the industry, its history and politics
Michael Keane is one of the world's top scholars of Chinese television he has written much of the marketleading literature and taught at several prestigious institutes in Asia

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Television in Transition
2. Nation Building
3. Soft Power
4. Formats
5. Channels and Content
6. Convergence
7. Rethinking Chinese Television Research
Bibliography
Index.

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Michael Keane is Professor of Chinese Media at Curtin University, Australia. He is the author of Creative Industries in China: Art, Design and Media (2013) and co-editor of Chinese Media: Critical Concepts and Cultural Studies (2013), among many other titles.

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Michael Keane is Professor of Chinese Media at Curtin University, Australia. He is the author of Creative Industries in China: Art, Design and Media (2013) and co-editor of Chinese Media: Critical Concepts and Cultural Studies (2013), among many other titles.

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