From the World's Largest Propaganda Machine to a Multipurposed Global News Agency: Factors in and Implications of Xinhua's Transformation Since 1978

@article{Hong2011FromTW,
  title={From the World's Largest Propaganda Machine to a Multipurposed Global News Agency: Factors in and Implications of Xinhua's Transformation Since 1978},
  author={Junhao Hong},
  journal={Political Communication},
  year={2011},
  volume={28},
  pages={377 - 393}
}
  • Junhao Hong
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • Political Communication
The Xinhua News Agency is China's largest state news agency. It is also the largest news agency among developing countries. This research examines the changes Xinhua has undergone over the past three decades under the backdrop of (a) the end of the Cold War, (b) the trend of globalization and various challenges it has brought to world news agencies, (c) drastic changes in both international and national news agencies across the world, and (d) China's eager desire to become a world superpower… Expand
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