At a recent symposium in Beijing, media officials from China, Japan, and South Korea explored the possibilities of cooperation amid the change in the media industry, affected as it has been by economic globalization and changes in the digital transmission/reception of information.

Attending the symposium were television station operators, newspaper companies, news agencies and veteran journalists from the three countries, and they discussed how to deal with emerging problems confronting the media and how to solve them cooperatively.

China's general bureau organized the Beijing symposium to find a means to control and supervise television and radio stations and filmmakers. It was the first media symposium of its kind in which the three countries took part, and they all agreed on the necessity of strengthening media relationships with business and technology interests, especially in the field of television.

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