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China's Agenda in the World Media Summit

David Bandurski from China Media project reported on the World Media Summit which took place in Beijing between October 8-10.

To sum up, the World Media Summit, this ostensible back-slapping affair offering an opportunity for media leaders to talk media strategy, is fundamentally about China projecting its influence over global media agendas.

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