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La presse officielle chinoise à l’ère des nouveaux médias

Abstract : Chinese official media are led by social networks to adapt and play a competitive game they are not used to play. Brought by new rules of the game to go down in an arena which is not theirs, they are often distanced by private operators. While on one hand they benefit from state subsidies to deal with competition in good conditions, on the other hand, the need to be framed by the guidelines governing their action is an obstacle in this fierce struggle to seduce Chinese netizens. The “fake news” concept turns to be a way to restore a better authority in the competition with their private competitors.
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Qian He. La presse officielle chinoise à l’ère des nouveaux médias. Monde chinois nouvelle Asie, ESKA, 2018, 2017/2 (50), pp.134 - 140. ⟨10.3917/mochi.050.0134⟩. ⟨hal-03399651⟩

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