January 26, 2014

Radio Beijing in the Middle East

Joseph Braude, The American Interest

Reuters

China’s Arabic-language television and radio outreach efforts don’t compare to America’s in traditional measures like audience size. But sometimes how many people are tuning in isn’t as important as who is tuning in.

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TAGGED: China, Middle East, Chinese Radio International, Beijing

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