Media and Media Development in China
Professor Kun Li, School of Journalism and Communication, Peking
University, Beijing, China.
Monday, August 16, 2004,
10.15 – 12.00 a.m.
Room D3 KTH, Lindstedtsvägen 5, Stockholm
In China today, not only the economy is booming. Printed media,
television, and radio are developing rapidly, and the Internet and
other digital media channels are becoming available to increasingly
larger population segments. An effect of this is that media usage,
media content, and the media business in China is changing. In her
seminar lecture, professor Kun Li will give an overview of the media
landscape in China today, with a special emphasis on current developments
in traditional and new media. After the lecture, the audience is
invited to present questions and discuss informally with professor
Kun Li. The seminar will be conducted in English and is open to
Professor Kun Li, a graduate of University of Oregon, is chair of
the Department of Communication Studies at the School of Journalism
and Communication at Peking University, one of the foremost universities
Professor Kun Li is visting Sweden and KTH thanks to a grant from
the Linnaeus-Palme program for international student and faculty
This seminar is arranged by the KTH NADA Media Technology and Graphic
Arts research group (http://www.nada.kth.se/media/) in cooperation
with the MediaWorld 2020 research network (http://www.mv2020.org/).