Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation

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Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation
江苏省广播电视总台(集团)
Type free-to-air, Satellite television
Industry Media and Entertainment
Founded June 2001
Headquarters Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
Area served China and abroad
Key people Bo Yu (卜宇)
Owner(s) Government of Jiangsu
Website www.jstv.com/

Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation (JSBC) (Chinese: 江苏省广播电视总台(集团); pinyin: Jiāngsū Shěng Guǎngbò Diànshì Zǒngtái (Jítuán)), is China's third biggest television network after China Central Television (CCTV) and Hunan Broadcasting System (HBS). The television network is owned by the Jiangsu provincial government. The network is based in Nanjing in Jiangsu.

History[edit]

Before the establishment of Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation the in local television stations first aired in Nanjing and southern Jiangsu in October 1952. JSBC was established in June 2001 to compete with other major Television networks and expanded its network through nation-wide satellite television on January 1997.

Television Channels[edit]

Production[edit]

JSBC have broadcast notable programming such as Fei Cheng Wu Rao,[1] often referred to as the Chinese version of the Australian's dating game show Taken Out.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yang, Xiyun (18 July 2010). "China’s Censors Rein in ‘Vulgar’ Reality TV Show". New York Times. Retrieved 8 December 2013.