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CNTV Profile

06-09-2010 14:02 BJT

As a national web-based TV broadcaster officially launched on December 28, 2009, China Network Television (CNTV) provides users with a globalized, multilingual and multi-terminal public webcast service platform. It offers interactive audiovisual services, integrating features of internet-based operations with those of TV programming.

Making the best use of its advantages as a duel-platform (web-TV) service provider, CNTV seeks to develop into an authoritative internet-based broadcaster in China. Its webcast coverage is timely and accurate, covering local as well as international events in a wide variety of areas, ranging from politics, economy and society to culture and sports, etc. Moreover, CNTV has committed itself to providing audiences worldwide with user-friendly, highly-efficient, “full-featured” webcast services. These including live video, VOD, file upload, search and videocast services that will make CNTV into a popular online video platform for public information and entertainment.

CNTV operations are aiming to provide an “interactive TV viewing experience”. They focus on reproducing, reprocessing and fragmenting traditional TV programming resources, as well as producing and disseminating original internet programs (produced by CNTV or netizens). CNTV continuously improves on its services through use of a system that prioritizes user feedback, enabling netizens be a part of a fruitful process that provides fast and easy access to high-quality audiovisual services. CNTV (www.cntv.cn) was officially launched on December 28, 2009.

Programs and channels launched in Phase 1 include the News Channel, Sports Channel, CNTV Entertainment and Arts, Ai Xi You (podcast), Ai Bu Gu (online TV), Movie Channel, CNTV TV Series, Economic Channel, CNTV Discovery, CNTV Documentary and CBox (video client). From 2010 onwards, CNTV will introduce a series of new, highly diversified, full-featured and interactive online audiovisual services which are specially tailored to the needs of users in this age of Internet communication.

CNTV aims to stand as a world-class online TV broadcaster, and illustrate the high standards of Chinese webcasters.

CNTV will be built from China’s largest online video program database, and equipped with a globalized, multilingual and multi-terminal content distribution system to transmit high-quality internet programs to a maximum number of viewers and live up to its potential and high ambitions.

Add: Blk D, Wanghailou, No. 10 West 3rd Ring Road (Central), Haidian District, Beijing

Postcode: 100142

Tel: 86-10-88046666

Editor:Shi Taoyang |Source: CNTV.CN

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