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China - Training used to tighten control of China's media

Reporters without borders
The government has announced measures designed to tighten its grip on the national media, including a national exam for journalism students that could entail more intensive study of Marxism at university. The authorities have cited the need to combat media corruption. Reporters Without Borders is very concerned about the measures, regarding them as an attempt to control news coverage “at the source” and even to “indoctrinate” journalists. “The authorities regard freedom of information and (...)

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