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Radio and Television Station of Shanghai
Shanghai
(RTS), a Shanghai-based government institutions, and its wholly owned subsidiary, Shanghai Media Group (SMG) is one of China’s largest media and cultural conglomerates, with the most complete portfolio of media and related businesses. The Oriental Pearl Media Company under SMG was the first cultural and media company in China
China
to realize a market capitalization totaling more than 100 Bln RMB ($15 Bln) on the Shanghai
Shanghai
Stock Exchange in 2015. By June 2015, SMG has more than RMB 61 Bln ($10 Bln) in assets and about 17,200 employees. SMG’s businesses span operations of radio and TV networks, signal transmission, newspapers and magazines, drama and film production and distribution, OTT and streaming, IPTV, online and console gaming, digital advertising, home shopping and e-commerce, financial data and information services, children’s arts training, TV post-production services, live entertainment, tourism and cultural investments, etc. SMG has 15 cable and satellite TV networks, 13 radio frequencies, 15 subscription-based digital pay TV channels, 8 newspapers and magazines and transmits signals via airwaves, cables, satellite and IPTV. On the content side, SMG is a leading powerhouse in China
China
in the production of TV and films, animation and documentaries. New media is a top priority for SMG. It is poised to set up a new media eco-system with the operation of mobile TV, OTT, web portals, apps and cloud services. SMG is also a strong player in live entertainment, owning 9 top art troupes, one circus school, 8 theatres, a number of live entertainment companies. In addition, SMG possesses some of the most famous landmark properties in Shanghai
Shanghai
including the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the Mercedes Benz Arena and the International Convention Center. On the e-commerce front, SMG’s home-shopping is one of the largest in China with sales revenue of 8.5 bln RMB in 2014. SMG is also setting foot in cultural investments. It holds 20% of the shares of the Shanghai Disney
Disney
Resort and has invested in a number of cultural investment funds including the China
China
Media Capital, Shanghai
Shanghai
Culture Industrial Investment Fund and the LDVP Venture Capital Fund.

Contents

1 History 2 TV channels 3 Radio stations 4 Programmes 5 Films 6 References 7 External links

History[edit] Formed in 2001, SMG is the result of a merger between the People’s Radio Station of Shanghai, East Radio Shanghai, Shanghai
Shanghai
Television Station, and Oriental Television Station. It has 11 analogue TV channels, 90 digital paid cable TV channels, an internet TV service, plus 10 analogue and 19 digital radio services. The group also operates and owns 5 sports centres and 14 cultural art centres. According to a survey of AC Nielsen, eleven of the group’s TV channels have achieved a market share of 76% during prime time in 2003. In 2003 the group conducted a feasibility study with a view to set up a new English channel.[1] It renamed its Shanghai
Shanghai
Broadcasting Network to Dragon TV
Dragon TV
and moved that channel's best-known English program "News at Ten" to Shanghai
Shanghai
Television Business Channel and Dragon TV.[2] In January 2008, the Group launch a 24-hour English TV news channel, (ICS - International Channel Shanghai), the second in China
China
after the state-own China
China
Central Television's English channel (CCTV-9).[3] The content of ICS News is distributed on mobile and internet platforms by US Company China
China
Animation Partners, LLC. English radio programming includes "Live It Up, Shanghai" broadcasts on the East Radio channel (792am and 89.9fm). On 2 October the Group hosted special concert to mark the 20th anniversary of South Korea and China's diplomatic ties, with performers including along Kim Jang-hoon, Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
and EXO-K.[4] The Walt Disney
Disney
Studios and Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Group Pictures signed a movie development agreement, before the March 6, 2014 announcement, in which Chinese themes would be incorporated into Disney
Disney
branded movies.[5] Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Group is the holding company of Yicai Global (China) (formely known as China
China
Business Network), which in addition to the TV channel also runs a magazine named CBN Weekly, a newspaper called CBN Paper, radio channel CBN Radio and a number of websites carrying the name.[6][7] In 2015 Alibaba Group
Alibaba Group
paid 1.2 billion yuan ($193.5 million) to Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Group for 30% of CBN's stocks.[8][9][10][11][12] TV channels[edit]

Channel Channel content Format Launch Date

Dragon Television main Standard Chinese
Standard Chinese
channel Free-to-air in Shanghai
Shanghai
only formerly known as STV ( Shanghai
Shanghai
Television) HDTV&SDTV 23 Oct. 2003 1 Oct. 1998 (STV)

STV News and General general and news channel HDTV&SDTV 1 Oct. 1958

CBN financial news channel HDTV&SDTV 1 Aug. 2003

Channel Young youth channel HDTV&SDTV 1 June 2009

STV Drama serial channel HDTV&SDTV 26 Dec. 1992

Great Sports sports channel HDTV&SDTV 8 Oct. 2001

DocuTV documentary channel HDTV&SDTV 1 Jan. 2002

STV Entertainment Channel entertainment channel formerly known as OTV (Oriental Television) HDTV&SDTV 18 Jan. 1993

STV Art Media artistic channel HDTV&SDTV 1 Jan. 2008

ICS international English channel HDTV&SDTV 1 Jan. 2008

OCJ 1 & 2 Infomercial channels HDTV&SDTV —

Haha Kids children channel HDTV&SDTV 18 July 2004

Toonmax animation channel HDTV&SDTV 26 Dec. 2004

Radio stations[edit] All Channels are using callsigns with a prefix of " Shanghai
Shanghai
People’s Radio Station"(Chinese: 上海人民广播电台), but most programmes of them has been produced by of SMG Radio Centre (Chinese: 东方广播中心) (a.k.a. Shanghai
Shanghai
East Radio Company Limited, Chinese: 上海东方广播有限公司) since 2014.[13]

Frequency Description

990 AM / FM 93.4 Shanghai
Shanghai
News Radio (Former Shanghai
Shanghai
People's Radio Station)

648 AM / FM 105.7 Shanghai
Shanghai
Jiaotong Guangbo (Traffic Radio of Shanghai)

1296 AM / FM 90.9 Dong Guang Xinwen Tai (Created by former Shanghai
Shanghai
People's Radio Station, not East Radio Company)

792 AM / 89.9 FM Dong Fang Dushi Guangbo (Driving FM)

101.7 FM Popular Music (POP 101) (Mandopop)

103.7 FM Love Music

94.7 FM Classical Music (Classical 947)

97.7 FM Economic/Business News (Diyi Caijing a.k.a CBN)

107.2 FM Story Channel (The Story Broadcast of Shanghai)

1197 AM / FM 97.2 Marine Channel

94.0 FM Sports News (The Five-Star Sport News Channel)

98.1 FM Western Pop Music (KFM 981)

Programmes[edit]

Dwelling Narrowness We Got Married
We Got Married
- a special Valentine's Day Chinese version[14]

Films[edit]

Kung Fu Panda 3
Kung Fu Panda 3
(2016) Earth: One Amazing Day (2017)[15] Born in China
China
(2016) Along with Disney

References[edit]

^ " Shanghai
Shanghai
plans all English TV channel" China.org. 22 October 2003. Retrieved 2012-10-01 ^ " Shanghai
Shanghai
plans all English TV channel" People's Daily Online. 23 October 2003. Retrieved 2012-10-01 ^ Chen, George (18 September 2007). " Shanghai
Shanghai
Media plans English news channel in China". Reuters. Retrieved 1 October 2012.  ^ Lee, Tae-ho (27 September 2012). " Kim Jang-hoon
Kim Jang-hoon
to Donate 300 Mln Won For Afforestation in China". 10 Asia. Retrieved 1 October 2012.  ^ Peters, Chris; Sikka, Kanika (March 6, 2014). "Walt Disney, Shanghai Media Group to develop Disney-branded movies". Reuters.com. Thomson Reuters. Retrieved November 30, 2015.  ^ " China
China
Business News Celebrates Fifth Anniversary". prnewswire.com. November 17, 2009. Retrieved February 23, 2016.  ^ "Our Partner: China
China
Business Network". Retrieved February 23, 2016.  ^ Wei Gu, Gillian Wong (June 3, 2015). "Alibaba to Invest in China Business News". wsj.com. Retrieved February 23, 2016. CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) ^ Shu Zhang, Paul Carsten (June 3, 2015). "Alibaba to invest in China Business Network to expand finance services: China
China
media". reuters.com. Retrieved February 23, 2016. CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) ^ Shai Oster (June 4, 2015). "Alibaba Expands Into Financial News With China
China
Media Investment". bloomberg.com. Retrieved February 23, 2016.  ^ Ingrid Lunden (June 4, 2015). "Alibaba Invests $194M Into China Business News To Build A Financial Data Platform". techcrunch.com. Retrieved February 23, 2016.  ^ Mani (June 3, 2015). " Alibaba Group
Alibaba Group
Holding Ltd To Invest $200M In China
China
Business News". valuewalk.com. Retrieved February 23, 2016.  ^ "东方广播网 ERC - 东方广播中心简介". www.eastradio.com.  ^ Kil Hye Sung (15 February 2012). "Chinese version of WGM, which stars T-ara's Hyomin and Super Junior's Kyuhyun, airs in Korea". Star News. Retrieved 1 May 2012.  ^ Leo Barraclough (October 21, 2015). "BBC, China's SMG to Co-Produce 'Earth,' Release 'Sherlock' in Chinese Theaters". variety.com. Retrieved October 21, 2015. 

External links[edit]

Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Group official website (in Chinese) Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Radio official website (in Chinese)

v t e

Chinese News Television

Blue Ocean Network CCTV-13 Chengdu TV News CNC World (Chinese) CQTV News CSYTV News CTi News CTV News Era News ETtoday ETTV News FJTV News FTV News GDTV News GYTV News Haikou TV News Hefei TV News HNCSTV News HHHTTV News HRBTV News IMTV News JNTV News MASTV NBN News NCTV News NNTV News Phoenix InfoNews QTV News SYGD News SET News SXTV News SMG News SJZTV News TYTV News TVBS-NEWS UTV News WFTV News WHBC News XATV News XJTV News (Chinese) ZZTV News

Cantonese
Cantonese
networks ATV News i-CABLE News now News TVB
TVB
News TVBN

Speciality networks CCTV-2 CNC Finance and Business i-CABLE Finance Info now Business News TTV Finance

v t e

Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Group (SMG)

Channels

Dragon Television CBN ICS Shanghai
Shanghai
News & General Channel Young Shanghai
Shanghai
Drama G-Sports DocuChina Shanghai
Shanghai
Entertainment Shanghai
Shanghai
Art OCJ Haha Kids Toonmax

Frequency

Shanghai
Shanghai
News Shanghai
Shanghai
Traffic Shanghai
Shanghai
Chinese Performing Arts Shanghai
Shanghai
Story Channel G-Sports Radio East City Radio M-101 Pop Radio Shanghai
Shanghai
Love CBN Radio Shanghai
Shanghai
Classic Music ERC News KFM981

Variety shows

China's Got Talent The Amazing Race: China
China
Rush Shanghai
Shanghai
Rush Asian Wave MasterChef China Chinese Idol One Out of 100 Who Can Choose One Out of 100 The Cube Let's Shake It Super Diva The Story in ER Dancing with the Stars Grandpas Over Flowers GAG Concert 2 Days & 1 Night The Jinxing Show Sisters Over Flowers Go Fighting! Auv Nana

Dramas

2000-2010

Dwelling Narrowness

2011

Happy Memorise of the Ma's Yan'an Love Story Legends of the Message Jiachangcai Borrow Gun All Men Are Brothers Men

2012

Journey to the West The Legend of Zhen Huan Angel Heart Jin Tailang's Happy Life Fengherili My Economical Man Beijing Youth Muqin, Muqin

2013

New Age of Love Old Days In Shanghai The Princess Longmen Express Prince of Lanling Little Daddy Hot Mom! The Distance of Love Daughter Back To Ellerly with Love

2015

The Legend of Mi Yue

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Radio stations broadcasting in the Chinese language

v t e

Chinese-language radio in Canada

The following channels offer at least some programming in Chinese

Calgary

CHKF

Edmonton

CKER

Montreal

CFMB

Toronto

CHIN CHKT CIRV CJRK

Vancouver

CHKG CHMB CJVB

v t e

Radio in China

National

China
China
Radio International China
China
National Radio

Regional

Radio Beijing Corporation Fujian Radio Radio Guangdong Hubei Radio Hunan Broadcasting System Inner Mongolia Radio Heilongjiang Radio Lanzhou Radio Nanjing Radio Shaanxi Radio Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Group Shenzhen Media Group Tianjin Radio Tibet Radio Urumqi Radio Xinjiang Radio Zhejiang Radio

Hong Kong

Radio Television Hong Kong Commercial Radio Hong Kong Metro Broadcast Corporation Limited

Macau

Teledifusão de Macau Radio Vilaverde Lda

China
China
Radio Markets Beijing Fujian Guangdong Heilongjiang Shanghai Sichuan Tianjin Xinjiang Zhejiang

See also List of radio stations in China

v t e

Chinese-language radio in Malaysia

RTM

Ai FM

Cense Media

City Plus FM

Media Prima

One FM

Astro Radio

goXuan Melody My

KTS Group

TEA FM

Star Radio Group

988 FM

v t e

Chinese-language radio in Singapore

Mediacorp Radio

Y.E.S. 93.3FM Capital 95.8FM Love 97.2FM

So Drama! Entertainment

883JiaFM

SPH Radio

96.3 Hao FM UFM 1003

v t e

Radio stations in Taiwan

Government

Radio Taiwan International National Education Radio Taipei Broadcasting Station Voice of Han Fuxing Radio Police Radio Station

Private

Broadcasting Corporation of China Hit FM ICRT KISS Radio PCJ Radio UFO Radio

v t e

Chinese-language radio in the United States

The following channels offer at least some programming in Chinese

Boston

WILD WROL

Florida

WYFR (Okeechobee)

Honolulu

KHCM

Houston

KCHN

Los Angeles

KAZN KWRM KMRB

New York

Chinese Radio New York Chung Wah Chinese Broadcasting Company WGBB WKDM WZRC Chinese American Voice

Philadelphia

WNWR

San Francisco

KEST KVTO KSQQ KSFN

Overseas

Radio Free Asia Voice of America

v t e

Television broadcasting networks in China

Mainland

National

China
China
Central Television (CCTVSAPPRFT) China
China
Global Television Network (CGTNSAPPRFT) China
China
Education Television (CETVMOE) China
China
Xinhua News Network Corporation (CNCXNA) China
China
Weather Television (CWTVCMA)

Top 5 Commercial (National)

Beijing Media Network
Beijing Media Network
(BMN) Hunan Broadcasting System
Hunan Broadcasting System
(HBS) Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation (JSBC) Shanghai
Shanghai
Media Group (SMG) Zhejiang Radio and Television Group
Zhejiang Radio and Television Group
(ZRTG)

Other Commercial (National)

Anhui Broadcasting Corporation (AHBC) Chongqing Broadcasting Group
Chongqing Broadcasting Group
(CBG) Fujian Media Group (FMG) Guangdong Radio and Television
Guangdong Radio and Television
(GRT) Shaanxi Broadcasting Corporation (SXBC) Shenzhen Media Group
Shenzhen Media Group
(SZMG) Sichuan Radio and Television
Sichuan Radio and Television
(SRT) Tianjin Television And Radio Station
Tianjin Television And Radio Station
(TTRS) Xiamen Media Group
Xiamen Media Group
(XMG)

Regional

Guangzhou Broadcasting Network
Guangzhou Broadcasting Network
(GZBN)

Hong Kong

Free

HK Television Entertainment
HK Television Entertainment
(HKTVE) Radio Television Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(RTHK) Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)

Premium

Cable TV (HKCTV) now TV

Macau

Free

Teledifusão de Macau
Macau
(TDM) Macau
Macau
Basic Television Channels (CTBM)

Premium

Macau
Macau
Cab

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