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EU, UK Voice Concerns After BBC, RTE Correspondents Forced to Leave China
The European Union and the UK on Friday voiced their concerns over media freedom in China after two journalists working for British and Irish broadcasters were forced to leave the ...
April 2, 2021
Foreign Journalists in China See ‘Rapid Decline in Media Freedom’: Survey
BEIJING—China used coronavirus prevention measures, intimidation, and visa curbs to limit foreign reporting in 2020, ushering in a ...
March 1, 2021
Lay-Offs at Hong Kong TV Station Stoke New Concerns Over Media Freedom
HONG KONG—A Hong Kong television station said on Tuesday about 100 staff were affected by a shake-up as ...
December 1, 2020
China Pushing ‘New World Media Order’ to Suppress Dissent, Report Says
TAIPEI, Taiwan—The Chinese regime is pushing its own model of media control and propaganda around the world, with ...
March 26, 2019
America’s ‘Ministry of Truth,’ Part I: The Narrative
Commentary A decade before the collapse of the Soviet Union, Hungarian journalist Paul Lendvai wrote the book "The ...
November 9, 2018
Chinese Activist Sentenced to 6 Years in Jail
A court in southern China sentenced a leading activist who organized rallies for media freedom to six years ...
November 27, 2015
The Associated Press
6,000 Rally for Hong Kong’s Press Freedom
Thousands of protesters joined the “Free Speech, Free Hong Kong” march held by the Hong Kong Journalists Association ...
February 26, 2014
To Push China on Media Freedom, US Should Try WTO
A US scholar has suggested that America use the World Trade Organization to push China on media freedom.
February 9, 2014
Courage Required as Hong Kong’s Media Fall
Hong Kong society is concerned that the replacement of Ming Pao’s chief editors shows Hong Kong’s media is ...
January 22, 2014
Taiwan’s Next Media Sale Raises Freedom of Press Fears
Hong Kong-based Next Media signed a contract to sell its Taiwanese news business, including both print and television ...
November 29, 2012
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