New CPJ report: China’s censorship challenge

Hong Kong, March 6, 2013–As China’s new leadership takes office, a new report by the Committee to Protect Journalists will shed light on the shifting dynamics of censorship within China and the expanding role of its state media across the world.

CPJ’s report examines cracks along Beijing’s Great Firewall which are countered by continuing legal risks as China continues to be one of the world’s leading jailers of journalists.

WHAT:  Challenged in China: The shifting dynamics of censorship and control

WHEN:  Tuesday, March 12 – 6 a.m. HKT / Monday, March 11 – 6 p.m. EDT


Advance copies of the report (in English and Chinese) are available upon request and interviews may be arranged prior to launch date.

Media contact: Advocacy and Communications Director Gypsy Guillén Kaiser: Tel. +1.212.300.9029; E-mail: [email protected]