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China: Television exported

In ‘Entertaining or subverting?: Chinese television tries to go global,’ the Angry Chinese Blogger looks at the possibility of nine mainland television stations being offered in Canada.

“In a move that is sure to please Canada's sizable Overseas-Chinese community, the country's largest basic cable provider, Rogers Cable, has announced that it is to push forward with a deal that could bring some of China's best known television stations to North American cable for the first time,” he writes.

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