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Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation

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Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation
江苏省广播电视总台(集团)
TypeBroadcaster
IndustryBroadcasting
FoundedJune 2001
Headquarters,
Area served
China
OwnerGovernment of Jiangsu
Websitewww.jsbc.com/

Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation (JSBC) (Chinese: 江苏省广播电视总台(集团); pinyin: Jiāngsū Shěng Guǎngbò Diànshì Zǒngtái (Jítuán)) is China's third biggest television network after China Central Television (CCTV) and Hunan Broadcasting System (HBS). The television network is owned by the Jiangsu provincial government. The network is based in Nanjing in Jiangsu.

History

Before the establishment of Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation, the local television stations first aired in Nanjing and southern Jiangsu in October 1952. JSBC was established in June 2001 to compete with other major Television networks and expanded its network through nationwide satellite television in January 1997.

Television stations

  • Jiangsu Television
    • Jiangsu News Channel
    • Jiangsu City Channel
    • Jiangsu Arts Channel
    • Jiangsu Films and Series Channel
    • Jiangsu Educational Channel
    • Jiangsu Sports Channel
    • Jiangsu Mobile Channel
    • Jiangsu Preschool Channel
  • JSBC International
  • Channel Dressy
  • Youman

Programming

JSBC has broadcast notable programming such as If You Are the One,[1] often referred to as the Chinese version of the Australian dating game show Taken Out.

References

  1. ^ Yang, Xiyun (18 July 2010). "China's Censors Rein in 'Vulgar' Reality TV Show". New York Times. Retrieved 8 December 2013.

External links

This page was last edited on 25 May 2021, at 13:58
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