The Calgary Chinese Network

November 21, 2022

The 卡尔加里华人网 was founded to support the cultural and social needs of the Chinese community in Calgary. This organization works to enrich lives and provide assistance for the integration of Chinese elders in Canadian society. Its goal is to create a safe and welcoming community for Chinese seniors. This is accomplished by organizing activities and bringing together older Chinese residents of Calgary.

China Global Television Network

The China Global Television Network (CGTN) is an English language news channel that is part of China Central Television. The network covers a variety of topics and focuses on the production, distribution, and consumption of news and information. The network also examines the role of CGTN in the process of China’s globalization.

CGTN’s mission is to promote China’s policies to foreign audiences. This is done through content sharing and cooperative agreements with overseas media organizations. This allows Beijing to effectively integrate sympathetic narratives into its programming, while denying access to an independent voice. It also serves as the mouthpiece for Communist Party policies.

CGTN has two primary channels: a news and documentary channel and an Arabic and French language station. The network also has a Chinese language channel called CCTV-4, which broadcasts internationally. Its output is distributed in over 160 countries. The CGTN also incorporates the Global Video News Agency.

While CGTN’s audience is small in comparison to CNN or the BBC, it is gaining international attention for its politically-charged content, foreign influence ambitions, and role within the party-state. As a result, governments in countries where it broadcasts have begun to exert pressure on the network and its partners.

CGTN has become one of the most important media outlets in China. Unlike other international media outlets, CGTN has a unique platform to reach a large global audience. Its output is biased and distorted, providing the Chinese government with a veneer of credibility that it can exploit to justify its war crimes and other crimes.

China Central Television

The Chinese state television network, CCTV, continues to broadcast propaganda about the persecution of the Falun Gong sect in western China. This propaganda is aimed at making Chinese citizens fearful of the persecution. It began with the crackdown on Falun Gong in 1999. Since then, CCP television has continued to air propaganda, including forced confessions of human rights lawyers and documentary series about the Dalai Lama. The program has also been instrumental in preventing international and domestic support for Falun Gong victims. For example, a prominent Falun Gong torture survivor described how watching a Focus Talk special on the self-immolation of her brother had scared him. In the same vein, the program has featured disinformation about antigovernment protests in Hong Kong this summer. In addition, it has broadcast warnings about the presence of Taiwanese spies in China

The Chinese state television network has several channels and does not report the size of its audience. But, analysts say that the network reaches a very small number of Chinese people, and many of its viewers are members of the Chinese diaspora. The Chinese government is continuing to invest in the network’s output, despite its lack of viewership. They also hope that their programming will influence the Chinese diaspora abroad.

The CGTN is a prime example of a Chinese propaganda outlet. Its content is widely available around the world, and its broadcasts can shape perceptions and beliefs of hundreds of millions of people. However, because the content is heavily distorted, it poses a growing challenge for news consumers, journalists and advertisers.

The evening news on CCTV is considered the most watched news program in the world. However, the content isn’t very interesting. It usually features interviews with senior executives of CCTV and other government officials. It’s also full of boring news. Instead of reporting the collapse of a school, CCTV emphasizes the efforts of the Chinese military in rescue and relief efforts.

Conclusion

The Chinese television network was founded 61 years ago and now reaches almost every household in China. It runs more than 40 channels and produces over 300,000 hours of programming a year. It covers the news, entertainment and drama, alternating between news and entertainment. The news reporting on CCTV is often biased and anti-American.