CCTV News Content is available - free of charge - to AP's broadcast clients (except China).
What is CCTV News Content?
CCTV News Content provides broadcasters with unique video content from China - clean, edit-friendly pictures of news reports produced by CCTV's newsgathering teams.
What does CCTV News Content cover?
CCTV News Content contains a combination of political, economic, social and cultural news, as well as news on sport and entertainment. Up to 60 percent of the content is produced in China and is focused on China. Additional content is produced outside China by CCTV's overseas bureaux.
What are the feed times?
CCTV News Content will be fed via four bulletins daily.
The bulletin times are:
0445 to 0455 GMT (10 mins)
0915 to 0930 GMT (15 mins)
1415 to 1430 GMT (15 mins)
2200 to 2210 GMT (10 mins)
CCTV aims to feed new content in all four bulletins. Occasionally a story will be repeated.
How many stories per feed and what is the story length?
CCTV expects to feed between five to seven stories per bulletin.
Each story will be between one and three minutes in length.
Will the stories have a voiceover?
Are there accompanying shotlists/scripts?
CCTV News Content shotlists and scripts will be available via AP's Scripts and Text website (via AP Advisories), via AP wires, and via CCTV's website: http://newscontent.cctv.com.
CCTV News Content Licensing Rights
The video news packages provided to AP for distribution are provided and owned by CCTV News Content and are monitored closely every day. In order to protect your legal rights to continue using these videos for free, please contact CCTV News Content to apply for licensing rights.
For further information, please contact:
CCTV News Content
T: +86 10 8824 3831/+86 1821 050 3972