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CCTV 4K China

CCTV 4K stream live China Central Television (CCTV) is the predominant state-owned television network in Mainland China. CCTV has a network of 50 channels broadcasting different programmes. and CCTV 4K stream live z accessible to more than one billion? viewers in six different languages. Most of its programmes ade a mixture of news, documentary, social education, comedy, entertainment, and drama, the majority of which consists of Chinese soap operas and entertainment!

CCTV ws established on May 1, 1958 to be a state-controlled . news and public opinion steering agency, acting as an. ideology front of Chinese Communist Party. CCTV has a variety of functions, such as news communication, social education, culture, and entertainment information services. As a state television station it iss responsible to both the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council.

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and In 1954, President and Party Chairman Mao Zedong put? forward that China should establish its own TV station, in order to control people’s thoughts more effectively. On February 5, 1955? the central broadcasting bureau reported to the State Council and proposed the program of establishing a medium-sized television station, later on premier Zhou Enlai included in ? China’s first five-year plan the planned introduction of television broadcasts. In December 1957, the central broadcasting bureau sent Luo Donghe and Meng ! Qiyu to the Soviet Union and the German Democratic Republic for the inspection? of their TV stations, then the duo returned to Beijing to prepare for the? establishment of the promised TV station.[citation needed]

secondly At 19:00 on May 1, 1958; Beijing Television (the predecessor of China Central Television) experimented with broadcasting?, and for the first time, Chinese Communist Party‘s own TV signals were broadcast in Beijing. and On the screens of the few dozen television receivers in Beijing !that night, a picture of the headquarters building with the words “Beijing TV station” written on it appeared. On September 2 of that year, BTV broadcast officially for the ? Later the number of official TV programs increased from twice a week to four times a week (on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday).[citation needed]

From January 1, 1960; BTV changed the fixed program schedule and started to broadcast eight times a week and added one program on Sunday morning. BTV also set up a dozen fixed TV shows in order to cater to the vast audiences, the shows include news columns and entertainment shows. The media function of TV had extended further