An SBS spokesperson says the broadcaster is currently reviewing the complaint over CGTN and CCTV. Photo: Shutterstock An SBS spokesperson says the broadcaster is currently reviewing the complaint over CGTN and CCTV. Photo: Shutterstock
An SBS spokesperson says the broadcaster is currently reviewing the complaint over CGTN and CCTV. Photo: Shutterstock
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Australian broadcaster SBS suspends use of content from China’s CGTN, CCTV after human rights complaint

  • The decision was made after rights group Safeguard Defenders expressed its concern over the Chinese channels’ history of airing allegedly forced confessions
  • Analysts say the suspension is unlikely to impact many viewers, as most Mandarin speakers in Australia do not get their news from traditional media

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An SBS spokesperson says the broadcaster is currently reviewing the complaint over CGTN and CCTV. Photo: Shutterstock An SBS spokesperson says the broadcaster is currently reviewing the complaint over CGTN and CCTV. Photo: Shutterstock
An SBS spokesperson says the broadcaster is currently reviewing the complaint over CGTN and CCTV. Photo: Shutterstock
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