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  1. Senior CCTV official may face charges for fire

    Posted Feb 13th 2009, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... on Monday night. Four of the detainees were CCTV staff, and eight others worked for a Hunan fireworks-maker. In a statement yesterday, the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau said Xu Wei, head of the CCTV office in charge of the 5 billion yuan (HK$5.68 billion) construction project, was detained on suspicion of crimes related to the mishandling of hazardous items. Quoting unidentified ...

  2. CCTV and China Mobile to launch internet TV station

    Posted Feb 20th 2009, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... Raymond Li China Central Television (CCTV) is considering teaming up with telecommunications giant China Mobile to launch an internet-based TV station to 'seize the [propaganda] high ... CCTV. CCTV has already moved a large chunk of its content- ranging from news, drama and variety shows- online to CCTV.com, but the new venture would be a comprehensive online video platform ...

  3. CCTV fire probe turns up graft, weekly says

    Posted Mar 06th 2009, 12:00am by Ivan Zhai

    ... at the complex had found clues related not only to dereliction of duty but also to corruption. It said Xu Wei, in charge of the construction office and CCTV's deputy chief engineer, was the first ... that severely damaged the 30-storey building, part of CCTV's complex, and destroyed the nearly-completed Mandarin Oriental Hotel. It killed a fireman and injured at least seven people. The Beijing ...

  4. A free press is the best route to credibility

    Posted Jan 21st 2009, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung State-run broadcasting giant CCTV has hit the headlines with a string of reports that, taken together, reveal some of the contradictions of today's changing media scene. According to the Chinese-language Ming Pao Daily News, a group of 22 mainland academics and lawyers launched a campaign last week under the slogan 'Boycott CCTV, say no to brainwashing'. ...

  5. 'Italian' fashion is from closer to home

    Posted Mar 27th 2011, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... The CCTV report highlighted shady marketing strategies used by many mainland businesses to project their made-in-China products as international names. Analysts said the popularity of such products ... it was an Italian fashion house, have opened more than 40 outlets in upmarket department stores in major mainland cities- including at least four in Beijing. However, CCTV tracked the company that owns ...

  6. Tests find tainted baby milk at 21 more firms

    Posted Sep 17th 2008, 12:00am by Klaudia Lee

    ... include Mengniu, Yili and Sanlu- the top three dairy product manufacturers on the mainland, CCTV reported. The order came as the first heads began to roll over the scandal, which was sparked ... and found 69 to contain varying degrees of melamine, CCTV reported. The announcement of the test results- reported as the last domestic news item on last night's CCTV news broadcast despite ...

  7. TV report on clenbuterol in pigs sees 22 people held

    Posted Mar 19th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to feed it to livestock or sell and process animals fed with it. The CCTV report said some farmers in Jiyuan, Mengzhou and Qinyang in Henan put the banned additive in pig feed and bribed local ... pigs from the five counties mentioned in the CCTV report. The government was also investigating more than 1,300 pig farms and 130 feed and veterinary suppliers, Xinhua said. All meat products ...

  8. Drug in pigs exposes evils in supply chain

    Posted Mar 16th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... in advance when a provincial-level inspection team or one from another province comes,' one pig farmer told an undercover CCTV reporter. 'County level inspectors only ask us to submit pig urine. That's no problem at all.' One inspector said his bureau turned a blind eye to the Clenbuterol problem, and the CCTV reporter showed how easy it was to get a quarantine ...

  9. Food safety needs urgent action

    Posted Feb 05th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... A course for people who wanted to learn how to make fake eggs was exposed by a mainland journalist last month. A fake egg costs only between five fen (5.9 HK cents) and eight fen to make, much lower than the price of real eggs, the CCTV report said. Consumers could not tell fake eggs from real ones even after eating them. This is the latest reminder of the problems with food ...

  10. Censorship hammer comes down over scandal

    Posted Sep 16th 2008, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... as long as it followed the official line. Another source with CCTV said they were given orders late on Friday not to go ahead with any more news features related to the tainted dairy products ... A CCTV reporter said mainland reporters had never been allowed to report freely on 'negative news' such as this scandal, so their news teams have begun to shift their focus ...




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