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  1. CCTV airs flag-burning footage in blunder

    Posted Dec 20th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Priscilla Jiao priscilla.jiao@scmp.com China Central Television (CCTV) blundered yesterday when its news channel ran footage of the burning of a North Korean flag and a portrait of Kim Jong-il during a report about the North Korean leader's death. The footage was widely circulated online despite its swift removal from the channel's website. At 11.28am yesterday, CCTV ...

  2. Here is the news: students' CCTV spoof is web hit

    Posted Jan 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Shandong, are by no means the first young mainlanders to spoof the CCTV news programme, which has long been the target of urbanites' disdainful wit. However, the huge number of views ...

  3. Liquor firms lead way in race for cctv advert slots

    Posted Nov 10th 2011, 12:00am

    ... despite new restrictions on alcohol advertising coming into effect next year. The total value of auctioned and pre-sold advertising on CCTV next year hit a record of 14.26 billion yuan (HK$17.46 billion), up 12.5 per cent. The auction in Beijing on Tuesday itself raised 12.25 billion yuan. The CCTV advertising auction is seen as a gauge of corporate spending power and analysts view ...

  4. CCTV rebuts attack over report of monopoly probe

    Posted Nov 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... broadcaster China Network Television, CCTV's official website, has been running special reports on the NDRC investigation into accusations that China Telecoms and China Unicom monopolise access ... at this time. Some say the probes are unfair as they have caused the firms' share prices to plunge. Following CCTV's report last Wednesday that broke the news of the investigations, ...

  5. Legco CCTV cameras raise privacy concerns

    Posted Apr 15th 2011, 12:00am

    ... attention of people concerned that the area is under CCTV surveillance'. A 'guidance note' on surveillance practices issued by the commissioner in July last year stated that 'people should be explicitly informed that they are subject to CCTV surveillance'. Lawmakers said many of the cameras were unnecessary and called for them to be removed, keeping only those ...

  6. Legco CCTV cameras intimidate the public

    Posted Apr 22nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... There are of course justifiable circumstances for the use of CCTV cameras around private and public buildings. Such cameras are prevalent in cities with high crime rates, or around buildings which ...

  7. school security

    Posted Jun 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... classmate had written on the blackboard. b. Their teacher was very mean to them that day. c. There was a surprise history test that day. d. They were horrified the room was equipped with CCTV cameras. 2 On the issue of installing CCTV cameras in schools, Liberty's policy director Isabella Sankey thinks... a. it gives teachers the power to look for anything prohibited in the school ...

  8. State giants take sides in telecoms duopoly war

    Posted Nov 12th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Wednesday's CCTV report- which led to a plunge in the two companies' share prices- for misleading the public and upsetting tens of thousands of staff at China Telecom and China Unicom. ... the CCTV report as unprofessional in the way it explained how the companies were suspected of duopolistic practices; as groundless for not including enough statistical evidence; inaccurate ...

  9. 70pc wary of domestic baby formula after dairy scandal

    Posted Mar 01st 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... found. CCTV's Weekly Quality Report programme said on Sunday that 70 per cent of customers interviewed at supermarkets and baby product stores said they would prefer not to buy mainland-made formula. The shops sold more than 30 types of infant formula, CCTV reported, with 70 per cent imported. The preference for foreign formula has seen mainlanders flock to Hong Kong and Macau ...

  10. Surveillance creeping into local schools

    Posted Jun 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Wong Yat-hei The intrusion of CCTV systems into schools isn't just a problem in Britain. Many Hong Kong schools are following suit by installing cameras on their premises. The main ... getting CCTVs. Chong points out that schools need to meet certain requirements for installing the devices if they do not want to risk breaking the law. 'CCTV is being widely promoted ...




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