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China's Media & Entertainment Law (Volume I)

China's Media & Entertainment Law (Volume I) includes over 65 pieces of legislation presented in both their original Chinese and full English translations. These regulations are separated according to media sector (television, film, audiovisual products, publishing and advertising) and supplemented by commentaries on associated industries and the relevant legislation. Being the first and only publication of its kind, this book provides vital information pertaining to, and serves as a gateway into, China's highly restricted media markets.

In order to negotiate successfully the highly volatile and restricted PRC media market, it is crucial to understand the regulatory system surrounding its respective industries. This book sets forth the legal framework that regulates the principal sectors of China's media industry, along with analyses of these regulations. It also contains descriptions of the relevant regulatory bodies, such as the General Administration for Press and Publication, the State Administration for Radio, Film and Television, and the Ministry of Culture, as well as assessments of the evolving media sectors themselves.

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