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  1. Driver says security of CCTV worth outlay

    Posted Oct 25th 2006, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... expensive to install a CCTV, I think it really helps for reversing and enhancing road safety,' said Mr Yeung, who has driven dump trucks for nearly 30 years. 'It was impossible for me ... 62, to install the CCTV. He attached the camera at about mid-level height at the rear and the seven-inch colour monitor near the steering wheel in the cab. Mr Yeung bought the CCTV after he ...

  2. CCTV offers advertisers a cross-media edge

    Posted Oct 11th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Frederick Yeung China Central Television (CCTV), the mainland's largest broadcaster, is expected to boost income from its annual auction of advertising airtime slots at least 10 per ... television channels such as Hunan Satellite Television, the producer of the mainland's hottest variety show, Super Girl Voice. For the first time, CCTV will be offering advertisers a cross-media ...

  3. CCTV faces penalties over claims in adverts

    Posted Aug 17th 2006, 12:00am by Freda Wan

    ... Freda Wang China's official broadcaster could face penalties if a Beijing regulator finds that dozens of commercials that went to air last month on CCTV contravene the city's ... by the Beijing Industry and Commerce Bureau's Advertising Department, the agency with the power to mete out punishment. 'If these advertisements are confirmed as illegal, CCTV ...

  4. Question of the week: Should schools install CCTV?

    Posted Mar 13th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Absolutely not! School is a place for learning- it's not a prison where your every move is monitored. Secondly, CCTV discourages self-discipline as students behave themselves for fear of being ... doubts on CCTV's effectiveness as a method of improving discipline. I also feel it is a waste of money to install cameras, as there are already a lot of people monitoring students' ...

  5. No plan for mandatory CCTV on trucks

    Posted Dec 04th 2006, 12:00am by Agnes Lam

    ... vehicles since September prompted calls for legislation to make CCTV mandatory. On September 1, a father and his baby daughter were killed by a reversing truck in Mid-Levels. Three weeks later, ... a year in the past five years, according to Transport Department figures. 'We are still discussing the feasibility of installing CCTV or ultra-sound devices on goods vehicles ...

  6. CCTV shares high-definition broadcast format with BBC

    Posted Nov 01st 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Frederick Yeung State-owned China Central Television is linking up with British public broadcaster the BBC to show off its latest development: high-definition services. CCTV, which ... the most of much sharper and enhanced images and richer colour displays that the technology allows compared with traditional formats. CCTV's high-definition channel 'will join hands ...

  7. CCTV defends change of time for anthem

    Posted Jun 27th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Jane Cai Prime-time broadcast was awkward because it fell during traditional dinner time, state-run station says CCTV has finally defended a 2004 decision to move the broadcasting ... with each paying hundreds of millions of yuan for 15 seconds of air time. The change was included in a restructuring of CCTV-1 programming on September 1, 2004. Since then, people have been ...

  8. Propaganda takes back seat in feted CCTV series

    Posted Nov 27th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Television,' 28-year-old Beijing finance worker Mike Yin said halfway through the broadcast of CCTV's new epic 12-part series The Rise of the Great Nations. 'Unlike our textbooks, ... of revolt. He Shang, or The Young Death of a River, was enormously popular when it was broadcast 18 years ago on CCTV and then banned. The programme suggested China, a nation shaped by the Yellow ...

  9. Should the school authority install CCTV on campuses?

    Posted Mar 01st 2006, 12:00am by Kevin Kung

    ... equipment and valuables worth more than $50,000. Some were even burgled twice in a month, although they locked their valuables in steel cages. If CCTV had been in place the cameras would have ... are worried about losing their privacy if CCTV is installed. I am not suggesting cameras in changing rooms or toilets! The system should be in place at the main gates, in lifts, computer rooms ...

  10. CCTV report exposes cancer link to hair dye

    Posted Apr 17th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... allergies, there was no mention on any packages that the dyes could cause cancer. In an online survey conducted by CCTV, about 90 per cent of 2,600 respondents said they had dyed their hair ...




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