Posts Tagged ‘State Administration of Radio Film and Television’

SARFT: Over 530 BitTorrent Websites Shut In China

Rectification of Internet audio-visual services in China has been raised to a new level and […]


China Launches Campaign Against Vulgar Websites

Seven Chinese government departments held a teleconference in Beijing today and announced that they would start a nationwide campaign to fight websites that spread pornography and vulgarity on the Chinese Internet.


China To Invest CNY2.5 Billion To Extend Coverage Of Terrestrial Digital TV

Wang Xiaojie, director general for the Science and Technology Department of the State Administration of Radio Film and Television, said at the Fourth China Digital Media Summit that the country will invest CNY2.5 billion to extend the coverage of terrestrial digital TV, marking the beginning of the application of the Standard of Digital Television Terrestrial […]


The Day Video Died: SARFT Suspends Chinese Internet Video Websites

China’s State Administration of Radio Film and Television has released a report on an audit of the Internet audio-visual services in China and it has ordered ten websites to suspend their online video and Internet music operations.


SARFT Clarifies Operating Model, Technology System For CMMB

The State Administration of Radio Film and Television of China held a teleconference last week on China Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting, in which the administration clarified the direction for the future development of CMMB.


SARFT Will Build Central-level CMMB Company

According to Xie Jinhui, vice director of the Academy of Broadcasting Planning of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television of China, the administration is planning to build a central-level company for China Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting.


Six CMMB Terminals Gain Certificates From SARFT

The State Administration of Radio Film and Television of China has released the second round certification results of China Multimedia Mobile Broadcasting terminals and CMMB terminals produced by six companies finally gained their certificates.


China Netcom Delisting From Two Markets On October 15

China Netcom has released a report that after the completion of the merger with China Unicom, the company will be delisted from Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited and New York Stock Exchange on October 15, 2008.


First CMMB Indoor Coverage Project Completed In Shanghai

Supported by the State Administration of Radio Film and Television, Shanghai Ruigao Information Technologies has completed the first large-scale indoor coverage project for China Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting in Shanghai.


SARFT To Issue New Licenses For Internet Video Service Providers

China’s State Administration of Radio Film and Television will formally publish the winners of the new online video service licenses in April.