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Great Impact from Limitation on Imported TV Shows

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Great Impact from Limitation on Imported TV Shows


As China's television broadcasters would be limited in the number of imported series they could show, some province-scaled television companies might be affected, said a senior journalist in a university talk heard yesterday.


Fion Au


The State Administration of Radio, Film and Television had announced that the domestic channels would not be allowed to show too much programming from any one country or region. However, the authority did not elaborate anything else. According to the announcement, under the new rules, during the prime-time hours of 7pm to 10pm in mainland, no foreign TV series might be shown, which had claimed that these overseas-produced shows "could take up no more than 25 percent of total programming time each day”.


"The government announced last February. It is needless to say China approaches to try to rein in foreign influence and protect the artists in the mainland. In my opinion, some small-scaled television companies would not receive any impact. It is mainly because they are not able to resist the government or invite famous artists to their shows. Thus, the limitations on imported TV shows do not affect them," said Wu Yu, a senior journalist. “Nevertheless, some large-scaled television companies, such as Hunan Television, have great impacts since they broadcast many imported shows in their channels.”


Besides, Wu Yu also pointed that the successful of Entertainment Show in China was mainly due to the high advertising revenue. “There is five billion RMB per one night show. As a result, the Chinese televisions have enough resources to produce numerous and various programmes.” Another guest speaker, Ho Lai Cheun, the senior vice president of Now TV, agreed Wu’s point. Ho suggested that the mainland programmes gave an example to the local producers for improvement.


“Nowadays, the qualities of variety shows in Hong Kong are poor, compared with those in mainland China. There are many audiences in mainland. Thus, television companies are willing to put more effort on making a good show and be more serious to the production,” said Ho.


Ho illustrated the example with “Strictly Come Dancing”. The show pairs a number of artists, both Hong Kong and China, with professional ballroom dancers, who each week competed by performing dances. “Each episode is around six hours, which is different from Hong Kong’s. Those participants spend times on training and dancing every day. In Hong Kong, mostly practices are that the artists attend to the show before starting recording around 30 minutes.


--105013 2012年4月10日 (二) 21:52 (UTC)

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