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Full text: Development of china's news media in 2015

Updated: 2016-04-29 11:20



The Press Environment

Transformation of Traditional Media and Media Integration

Development of New Media

Protecting the Rights and Interests of Journalists and Promoting Professional Ethics

International Exchange and Cooperation


Over the past few years, steady progress has been made in the media industry of China, showing enhanced competitiveness and influence of the news media. Profound changes have also taken place in the structure of the media sector as well as the environment it encounters, and significant progress has been witnessed in the integrated development of traditional and new media, in addition to new improvement in the professional ethics of the press.

To present an overall picture of China's media industry, the All-China Journalists Association (ACJA), in collaboration with the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT), State Internet Information Office and some other units, has compiled the "Development of China's News Media (2015)".

Our sincere thanks go to the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee, State Council Information Office, SAPPRFT, State Internet Information Office, People's Daily, Xinhua News Agency, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, Renmin University of China, and Communication University of China for their support.

In 2015, steady progress was made in China's media industry amidst reform and innovation. That year, the departments concerned and various media organizations managed to create a sounder environment for the development of the media and media workers by taking a variety of steps and forms. As a result, profound changes took place in the structure of the media industry, and proactive efforts were made, under great pressure from the market, to explore integrated development of traditional and new media in terms of content, channel, platform, operation and management. Improvement was also witnessed in professional ethics of the media circles: work was done throughout the country in promoting the code of conduct by the Press Ethics Committee; the ACJA Press Ethics Committee was established, and steady progress was made in trying out reporting on the performance of their social responsibility on the part of media organizations.

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