People's Daily Online, founded on January 1, 1997, is a large-scale information exchange platform with news at its core, constructed by China’s largest newspaper - People’s Daily. It is also a public media and culture company with People's Daily at the center of its interest control. On April 27, 2012, People's Daily Online went public on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, becoming China's first news website listed on the A-share market.
People's Daily Online is one of the largest comprehensive internet media sources in the world. Besides the Chinese version, it also circulates versions in seven ethnic minority languages, as well as in nine foreign languages, including English, Russian, French, Spanish and Arabic among others.
As the flagship media channel of People's Daily in terms of media convergence, People's Daily Online has given full play to its political value, capital value, platform value, brand value and communication value in its 20 years of development. It has built an all-media matrix, creating a website for PC users (people.cn) and a website for mobile users (m.people.cn). It operates a number of social media accounts and apps, reaching 258 million readers per day across 210 countries and regions around the world.
China.org.cn offers broad access to up-to-date news about China, with searchable texts of government position papers and a wealth of basic information about Chinese history, politics, economics and culture.
The authorized government portal site to China, China.org.cn is published under the auspices of the State Council Information Office and the China International Publishing Group (CIPG) in Beijing.
China Radio International (CRI) was founded on December 3, 1941. CRI aims to introduce China to the rest of the world, introduce the world to China, report global affairs to the world, and promote understanding and friendship between the Chinese and peoples from other countries. CRI is China's only state-level radio and television media organization specializing in international communications. CRI is headquartered in Beijing, China.
At present, CRI uses 61 languages in its overseas reporting work and broadcasts a daily total of 2,700-plus programming hours. CRI has nearly 70 overseas, dedicated affiliate radio stations and 18 global internet radio services, and receives 3 million pieces of audience feedback every year. CRI has six overseas main regional bureaus and 32 overseas correspondent bureaus.
CCTV.com is constantly updated with top news from China and around the world. Offering new reports, live and on-demand video content and searchable archives, CCTV.com is available in Mandarin, English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Korean, and Chinese ethnic minority languages.