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Another Threat on Broadcasting Freedom in China

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Another Threat on Broadcasting Freedom in China

After the State Administration of Radio Film and Television (SARFT) imposed an order to cut back TV entertainment, TV shows in the Mainland have lost their production freedom. Senior media producer Ng Yu said today that it is harmful to artists from Hong Kong and Taiwan. [What are the general stipulations of the order? - Ah, you answer this next paragraph. Well done!]

According to the latest policy posted by the SARFT in last July, the Central government limits the number of entertainment programs, such as match-making game shows and dance broadcasts, allowed to air on TV. TV stations cannot have more than two entertainment shows in every week, and the length of the shows cannot exceed 90 minutes either.

“This policy is unfair to the Hong Kong and Taiwanese artists,” [How is it unfair?] said Ng. As there is a recession in the Taiwanese entertainment industry, Ng believes that the SARFT’s policy would make the situation worse, since it limit the artists’ chances of promotion and exposure to the audience.

On the other hand, the policy is also sensitive to popular TV programs. “The government does not like programs that can create noise amount the public,”]"noise amount the public?" I do not know what you are tyring to say, there] said Ng. “It tends to stop those programs from airing.”

For example in 2002, a Taiwanese drama called Boys Over Flowers got great response from the public. As a result, the Central government ordered the TV station to cut the program, saying that the ideology of the drama would make youngsters become materialistic. [So... the government shuts down programs that do well?] [Could you explain a little bit more about the ideology of the drama?]

As the policy is now posting a threat on the entertainment industry, Ng hopes that the Central government can release it in the future, so as to provide a better environment for the entertainment industry in Hong Kong and Taiwan. --095137 周海喬 CHAU, HOI KIU PHOEBE 2012年4月10日 (二) 20:48 (UTC)

[The big, mostly unaddressed (though hinted at) question is: Why is the government cutting back on these programs?]

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