Discovery Networks launches hour China
Updated: 2015-03-19 14:22
Deputy director of State Council Information Office Cui Yuying is addressing launch ceremony of "Hour China" on March 18. [Photo/scio.gov.cn]
US-based documentary channel Discovery has signed on for a 3-year deal with the China International Communication Center to produce Chinese-themed content.
This will include the launch of "Hour China", a collection of China-based programs.
"Hour China" is set to start airing on next week.
It's going to be seen across the Asia-Pacific, reaching over 90 million viewers.
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