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Beijing using US newspapers to push "insidious" narratives, says China affairs expert


Beijing using US newspapers to push “insidious” narratives, says China affairs expert Wednesday, December 30, 2020 by: Ramon Tomey advertorials , American Thought Leaders , broadsheets , CCP , China , china daily , Chinese Communist Party , Chinese government , Chinese propaganda , Chinese regime , deception , disinfo , Falun Gong , Gordon Chang , insidious narratives , LA Times , los angeles times , mainstream media , newspapers , NYT , organ harvesting , paid inserts , religious prisoners ...

NYT quietly scrubs Chinese propaganda


NYT quietly scrubs Chinese propaganda Wednesday, August 05, 2020 by: News Editors CCP , China , Chinese Communist Party , Chinese propaganda , communism , conspiracy , Cover-Up , Journalism , left cult , mainstream media , New York Times , NYT , propaganda Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/446683.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) The New York Times quietly deleted hundreds of advertorials that the Chinese Communist Party paid to publish on its website....

American newspapers were paid millions to push Communist Chinese Party propaganda


The FARA disclosure document reveals that The Washington Post (WaPo) was paid over $4.6 million from late 2016 through October 2019, while The WSJ received $6 million for advertorials from 2016 through April 2020. ... In August, The Washington Free Beacon reported that The New York Times quietly scrubbed their website of advertorials it previously published as part of a deal it had with China Daily. "...

New York Times runs pro-China op-ed defending hostile takeover of Hong Kong


Previously, the paper ran advertorials by Chinese state-owned broadsheet People’s Daily on its website – advertorials that it eventually took down in August. "...

Responsible TV and Internet advertising needed to reduce childhood obesity


Rhonda Jolly says "marketing on the Internet employs a variety of techniques to appeal including advertorials, competitions, video links, product discussion and advergames." "...