China To Release Online Video Sharing Policy

This post doesn't surprise me in the least with China's history of censorship with the search engines. Read on…

"China will release a policy on online video sharing and broadcasting next year, Wang Xudong, Minister of Information Industry, told local media at an annual national information conference.

The policy will be the first to be jointly issued by the Ministry of Information Industry (MII) and the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT)….

…In addition, current regulations do not specify whether foreign videos are banned from online video sharing and broadcasting sites in China. This has led many foreign TV and film companies to provide content via the Internet rather than through television channels, which are highly regulated by the government.”

Read the rest from the source: Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union

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