Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Editors: Vivien Marsh (Guest Editor)

Editorial


Re-Evaluating China’s Global Media Expansion

Re-Evaluating China’s Global Media Expansion

Vivien Marsh

2018-06-13 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Research Articles


Localisation between Negotiating Forces: A Case Study of a Chinese Radio Station in the United States

Localisation between Negotiating Forces: A Case Study of a Chinese Radio Station in the United States

Sheng Zou

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Also a part of:

Collection: Censorship and Propaganda

Going Public and Going Global: Chinese Internet Companies and Global Finance Networks

Going Public and Going Global: Chinese Internet Companies and Global Finance Networks

Lianrui Jia

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Could Chinese News Channels Have a Future in Latin America?

Could Chinese News Channels Have a Future in Latin America?

Pablo Sebastian Morales

2018-06-13 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Also a part of:

Collection: Television Studies

Chinese Media ‘Going Out’ in Spanish Speaking Countries: The Case of CGTN-Español

Chinese Media ‘Going Out’ in Spanish Speaking Countries: The Case of CGTN-Español

Peilei Ye and Luis A. Albornoz

2018-06-18 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

China’s News Media Tweeting, Competing With US Sources

China’s News Media Tweeting, Competing With US Sources

Joyce Y. M. Nip and Chao Sun

2018-06-20 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Also a part of:

Collection: Journalism and the Digital Challenge

Collection: Censorship and Propaganda

African Students Watching CCTV-Africa: A Structural Reception Analysis of Oppositional Decoding

African Students Watching CCTV-Africa: A Structural Reception Analysis of Oppositional Decoding

Yu Xiang

2018-06-20 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Commentary


Is Shanghai’s Sixth Tone a New Model for China’s Overseas Propaganda?

Is Shanghai’s Sixth Tone a New Model for China’s Overseas Propaganda?

Vincent Ni

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Also a part of:

Collection: Censorship and Propaganda

‘See the Difference’: What Difference? The New Missions of Chinese International Communication

‘See the Difference’: What Difference? The New Missions of Chinese International Communication

Aike Li and Minsu Wu

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Book Reviews


The Power and the Story: The Global Battle for News and Information by John Lloyd, (2017) London: Atlantic Books

The Power and the Story: The Global Battle for News and Information by John Lloyd, (2017) London: Atlantic Books

Dani Madrid-Morales

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Also a part of:

Collection: Journalism and the Digital Challenge

Media Politics in China: Improvising Power under Authoritarianism by Maria Repnikova, (2017). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Media Politics in China: Improvising Power under Authoritarianism by Maria Repnikova, (2017). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Paul Gardner

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018

Also a part of:

Collection: Censorship and Propaganda