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New York Times Finally Stops Pushing China's 'Advertorials'


NY Times Will FINALLY Quit Publishing Ghoulish Chinese Commie Propaganda | Newsbusters

However, the executives at the New York Times decided to FINALLY stop carrying such "advertorials" and delete any previous items that have been posted on their website.

According to an article posted on Wednesday by Yuichiro Kakutani, the reporter for the Washington Free Beacon site stated: "The New York Times quietly deleted hundreds of 'advertorials' that the Chinese Communist Party paid to publish."

Yaqiu Wang, a researcher with the Human Rights Watch organization, recommended that all other U.S. media companies follow the example set by the New York Times.

"If you care about the truth," Wang noted, "then don't participate in the Chinese government's machinery of propaganda, censorship and repression."

As NewsBusters reported in December, the Free Beacon found that China Daily failed to follow federal disclosure requirements about its relationship with U.S. media outlets. The Free Beacon explained: 

The new disclosure revealed that the Post and the Journal each received more than $100,000 per month to run print versions of Chinese propaganda articles. The Times received $50,000 in 2018 to place the propaganda on its website, presumably a small fraction of the revenue it made selling print space to China Daily. The new disclosures also showed that China Daily paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Houston Chronicle, and other large regional newspapers to print copies of the China Daily for local distribution. ...

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