Mao TV coming to Israel
Israel's Channel 10 has signed a content sharing agreement
with Communist Chinese television (Hat Tip: Sunlight
CCTV, the central broadcaster of the People’s
Republic, will team up with the debt-ridden channel to share content on
each other’s airwaves and also create joint productions.
According to the reports, the deal will soon
see Israeli audiences exposed to CCTV documentaries and a Chinese
program about growing up Chinese.
Channel 10, which has been struggling with
debt for several years and has on numerous occasions been bailed out by
the government just before going dark, last week lost its biggest
investor, cosmetics mogul Ron Lauder. Lauder reportedly pulled out of
the station after sparring with co-shareholder Yossi Maimon over how to
handle its financial crisis. Channel 10 is one of only two independent
television stations in Israel.
So we get to watch the Communist military parade every year? Or maybe this is why the government is resisting having that Mossad agent testify against the Bank of China in the Wultz case
? What could go wrong?
Labels: Channel 10, China, freedom of the press