Media censorship in China and the Olympics

    To win the right to host the Olympics, the government of China agreed to loosen restrictions on the media. But there remain real concerns about freedom of the press for Chinese journalists as well as foreign journalists who will be covering the Beijing Olympics. We’re joined by BOB DIETZ from the Committee to Protect Journalists about media censorship in China and how journalists might be treated during the Olympics.
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