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 VIDEO- IRAQ CURRENCY REVALUATION CCTV News - CNTV from 2011 - Gives me hope that we may be close

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PostSubject: VIDEO- IRAQ CURRENCY REVALUATION CCTV News - CNTV from 2011 - Gives me hope that we may be close   Sun May 19, 2013 10:39 am

THis is from 2011 ... It does mention that Iraq said that the REDENOMINATION and DROPPING THE ZEROS would take 2-3 years to be complete...we are in year 2 since this news spot came out. Perhaps we ARE close to SOMETHING HAPPENING ?????? I don't care what happens, lop, 1 to 1, a rate of 10 cents.... anything! I just need closure

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CCTV News formerly known as CCTV-9 is a 24-hour English news channel, of China Central Television (CCTV), based in Beijing. The channel grew out of CCTV International, which was launched on September 15, 2000. CCTV News coverage includes newscasts, in-depth reports, and commentary programs, as well as feature presentations. Its Free-to-air satellite signal can be received by more than 85 million viewers, in over 100 countries and regions.[1] It is also carried by Cable, DTH, IPTV, and Terrestrial TV platforms or systems in many nations. It caters to a global English-speaking audience, including overseas Chinese and English speakers in China.

History [edit]

CCTV began considering English-language international news bulletin actual coverage programming in January 1, 1979 at the start of China's "Reform and opening up". English news bulletins began on CCTV-2 in 1984 and became available to overseas viewers when they moved to CCTV-4 in February 1991 and CCTV-13 in August 1991 under permission registered in 1996. Up until April 2010 CCTV 9 was a mixed general interest channel featuring news, travel programming, and language training. In April 2010, CCTV 9 was relaunched, its name changed to 'CCTV News' and it launched as a 24-hour English-language channel.[2] CCTV 9 entered the United States cable market on January 1, 2002 as part of a deal that allowed AOL, Time Warner, and News Corporation access to cable systems in Guangdong. After the launch of the 24-hour service, the channel was revamped a number of times.
The target audience of CCTV News is foreigners both inside and outside China, specifically those with an interest in the country. CCTV News claims its potential global audience is 85 million.[3] However, reported totals of actual viewers vary from different sources.
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The Channel name of CCTV-9 was changed to CCTV News at 07:00pm (Beijing Time) on April 26, 2010.[4] Some shows were rebranded while other new shows were added. The English website is managed by China Network Television (CNTV), a web streaming service of CCTV. On January 1, 2011, the channel's former name CCTV-9 was taken over by CCTV's two documentary channels.
On October 11, 2012, CCTV News launched its Africa operation in Nairobi, Kenya.[5] On February 6, 2012, the channel launched “CCTV America” and a schedule of daily programming originating from a production center in Washington, DC.[6] Currently, CCTV News has three broadcasting centers in Beijing (main), Nairobi and Washington, D.C. respectively with an additional 70 bureaus across the globe to collect news and report them as it breaks under permission registered in 2001.
With new faces, new studios and new equipment, the channel hopes it will strengthen news gathering abilities while it aims at voicing more perspectives from China and from Asia to the world.[7]
The revamp also saw the addition of news and world financial markets tickers, similar to those seen on leading news channels.
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CCTV News usually airs a live news bulletin in the first half of each hour. As well as a generic news program, there are specialist bulletins focusing on Chinese and Asian news, such as China 24 and business news BIZ ASIA. Programming in the second half of each hour includes, sports bulletins, a travel show called Travelogue which takes viewers to destinations around China and the world, and magazines covering the arts, science and sports.
The programs on CCTV News include News Update and News Hour, providing comprehensive global coverage; and China 24 and Asia Today, delivering the latest domestic and regional developments. Specialized programs include Biz Asia, Biz Talk, New Money, Culture Express and Sports Scene, providing news and information on business, finance, economics, culture, and sports. Shows such as Dialogue and World Insight extend balanced and critical perspectives on current affairs affecting all corners of the globe.
CCTV News also provides programs on culture, history, and modern society of China and Asia. In Crossover, hosts and guests of various backgrounds and experiences talk about issues throughout China. Travelogue is the ticket to dynamic and exciting landscapes in China and abroad. Rediscovering China explores contemporary Chinese and Asian culture and social changes through the eyes of international visitors. And Story Board delivers a visual profile of all Asian countries.






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PostSubject: Re: VIDEO- IRAQ CURRENCY REVALUATION CCTV News - CNTV from 2011 - Gives me hope that we may be close   Sun May 19, 2013 11:53 am

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PostSubject: Re: VIDEO- IRAQ CURRENCY REVALUATION CCTV News - CNTV from 2011 - Gives me hope that we may be close   Sun May 19, 2013 12:02 pm

Yep, we're all closer than Siamese octuplets, how close can we possibly be? They've said this for years, right?
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PostSubject: Re: VIDEO- IRAQ CURRENCY REVALUATION CCTV News - CNTV from 2011 - Gives me hope that we may be close   Sun May 19, 2013 4:57 pm

I kind of like this video. It gives me the hope also that we are close. Since, they said in 2 or 3 years and that was 2 years ago.
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