Lecture GCI: Chinese Media and Social Transition
|Waar:||Zernikezaal, (Academy Building, University of Groningen)|
This lecture is organized by CEASG partner the Groninger Confucius Institute.
Chinese media have undertaken dramatic changes in the past three decades, especially since media convergence in the past 10 years. These changes come to the reality along with China’s transitions in economic, social and political systems. Various stakeholders have played different roles in the process. This lecture will shed light on these interactions between Chinese media and China’s transition as well as their output for today and future.
Professor Hu Zhengrong is the Vice President of the Communication University of China(CUC); Director of the National Center for Radio & TV Studies. Professor Hu is also Chair of Journalism and Communication Discipline Evaluation, State Council’s Committee of Degrees, Chair of the Advisory Committee of Journalism and Communication Education in China, Ministry of Education; member of the Standing Committee of the Beijing Journalists Association; member of the editorial committees of Media Asia(Singapore), Global Media and Communication (UK). Professor Hu has been a research fellow at Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University(2005) and is an Honorary Doctor of the University of Westminster.
Date: Friday 18 March 2016
Time: 10:00-11:30 am
Location: Zernikezaal (Academy Building, University of Groningen)
Registration: Please send an email with your name and aliated organization/university to firstname.lastname@example.org, before March 16, 2016. (Free Entrance)