Is China Dictating What We See on TV?
Aynne Kokas is back on the Need to Know podcast! You see, she was studying China's censorship of American media since before it was cool. And this week, with situations between China and the NBA and South Park hitting the news, it's definitely cool. Take a listen to her previous episode if you haven't already, and listen to our episodes with Robert Daly filling in context on the Hong Kong protests.
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