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|About||CCTV America contributes programming to CCTV News from Washington. We are the 24-hour English-language news channel of China Central Television.|
|Mission||CCTV America contributes quality TV News and current affairs programming to the global CCTV News network. It aims to inform, engage, and provide alternative perspectives on issues relevant to the United States, China, Central and South America. Its global coverage focuses on underrepresented regions of the world with diversified perspectives.|
CCTV America launched from Washington on Monday, February 6th 2012. It currently produces five hours of weekday programming seen on the North American east coast in the early evening hours. Programs include numerous daily news broadcasts as well as 'Global Business' focusing on global economic trends, trade and investment.
'The Heat' weekdays at 7pm EST provides talk-and-debate on a range of topical issues.
'Americas Now' on Sunday nights provides in depth magazine coverage on Central and South American issues. It is the only regularly scheduled magazine program in the English language exploring Latin American issues.
CCTV America programming can be seen from 3pm EST
COMCAST Channel 273, FIOS 277 in the greater Washington area.
In New York watch Time Warner Channel 134.
In Los Angeles watch Charter Cable Channel 562.
Nationwide watch DISH TV channel 279.
Check your cable TV listings for availability in different US locations.
Excerpts of all programming can be seen on www.cctv-america.com.
CCTV America photojournalists Andrew Smith and Joel Witte were recognized for excellence by the White House News Photographers Association.
CCTV America won three awards in the New York Festivals 2014 International TV & Film Awards Competition. The competition honors the World’s Best TV & Films™.
Read more: http://www.cctv-america.com/?p=873