The rise of new social media has transformed China’s current media monitoring system to a more complex online monitoring system, as evidenced by the introduction of the new Internet monitoring in 2014. On the other hand, the rise new media has also promoted unlimited commercial opportunities and innovative business models. The popularity of fans economy, ‘We media’ (participatory media) and online media has led to a new wave of entrepreneurship. This talk will be using the famous international artist Ai Weiwei as an example, to open a discussion about China’s online monitoring system, and adopting other examples of Wu Xiaobo and Logic Talk Show, to evaluate the innovative business models of the new media.
Oxford Chinese Innovation Club (OXCIC) is proud to introduce Ms. Chen Liang, a Beijing-based bi-lingual writer, celebrated columnist and award-winning journalist. Prior to joining Oxford, Chen worked at China’s state-owned media CCTV and later at Global Times (English version) as an investigative journalist for many years. Chen was responsible for reporting Ai Weiwei while working at Global Times. In her talk, Chen will share her insights on the shift of China’s online monitoring system from her involvement on Ai Weiwei, and review the new business opportunities based on her extensive experience in the Chinese media industry. This event will be held in English.
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