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What should America broadcast to China?

Posted: 07 May 2018

"those living within China’s borders … deserve to hear a voice that presents the facts and also puts forth an alternative ideology … . America’s international media takes a passive approach to its mission … "https://t.co/VCHRb6D3rH

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) May 7, 2018

Kim: The writer advocates for advocacy in the advocacy-versus-straight-news debate within international broadcasting …

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) May 7, 2018

Only a very small (less than 1 percent) percentage of Chinese consume international media, partly because they are awash in Chinese media (eg thousands of websites), and party because foreign content is so hard to receive …

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) May 7, 2018

Does that small audience want news that is more independent than the increasingly state-controlled media of China? Or do they want state-controlled media from the West that tells them how bad it is in China and how good it is in the West?

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) May 7, 2018

Maybe the West should send both to China and find out which achieves the less-small audience.

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) May 7, 2018

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