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BBC banned in China as London-Beijing tensions soar following Covid, Huawei and Hong Kong conflicts

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BBC has been banned in China after authorities declared its reporting on Chinese affairs "fake news". On Thursday, February 11, the National Radio and Television Administration (NRTA) announced that BBC World News will no longer air anywhere in mainland China.Previously the broadcaster's distribution had been limited only to international hotels rather than in homes, and any reports concerning China were blacked out by state censors.

China will no longer provide the local resolution analysis technology required to broadcast the programme anywhere, effectively removing it from the airwaves completely.

The announcement, which comes a week after Ofcom revoked China Global Television Network's UK broadcasting licence, was made on the eve of.

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