Supporters hold banners that read: “Thank you CTiTV. See you soon”, after the cable news channel halted its broadcast operations. Photo: AP Supporters hold banners that read: “Thank you CTiTV. See you soon”, after the cable news channel halted its broadcast operations. Photo: AP
Supporters hold banners that read: “Thank you CTiTV. See you soon”, after the cable news channel halted its broadcast operations. Photo: AP
Taiwan

Taiwanese pro-Beijing television news channel taken off air

  • CTiTV’s channel 52 says it will continue broadcasting on digital platforms after being refused a new licence
  • Company appealed the decision unsuccessfully and accused the Taiwanese government of endangering media freedom

Topic |   Taiwan
Supporters hold banners that read: “Thank you CTiTV. See you soon”, after the cable news channel halted its broadcast operations. Photo: AP Supporters hold banners that read: “Thank you CTiTV. See you soon”, after the cable news channel halted its broadcast operations. Photo: AP
Supporters hold banners that read: “Thank you CTiTV. See you soon”, after the cable news channel halted its broadcast operations. Photo: AP
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