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Tight Olympic Broadcast Regulations Bring Complaints

World Journal, Posted: Jun 10, 2008

BEIJING - The Beijing Olympic Organizing Committee recently held a meeting with the delegates from the nine cable networks who have Olympic broadcast rights. The Committee officials released stricter regulations on Olympic broadcasting, which caused concerns among the delegates. The new regulations restrict all media from live reporting from Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City. The delegates complained about the strict regulations and redundant procedures, which cause them to lag behind their schedule. Some of their reporting equipment are still stuck at the Chinese Harbor, they added. To pacify the complaints, the Beijing Olympic Organizing Committee requires those networks to file a written appeal as for further discussion.



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