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Studio interview: Future of China's digital publishing industry

09-01-2010 08:53 BJT Special Report:Beijing International Book Fair 2010 |

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Background: Digital publishing: Challenges and opportunities

China's digital publishing industry is coming of age. In 2009, the value of digital publications surpassed that of traditional means for the first time. The trend is gaining momentum, but has not yet secured its mainstream status nor does it spell doom for its pulp and ink brethren. Chinese publishers are taking on the recent digital boom with ease and eagerness. Full Story>>

For more on China's digital publishing industry, let's go back to our current affairs commentator Fu Jun. Mr. Fu.

1. Currently, the digital publishing industry in China is gradually forming. But, handling digital format issues and copyright protection remain big problems. How can these issues be solved?

2. As we know, the total output value of the digital publishing industry in China has now exceeded that of traditional publications. Do you think it will eventually replace traditional paper publishing?

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV

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