Table of contents for Playing to the world's biggest audience : the globalization of Chinese film and TV / Michael Curtin.

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Acknowledgments	00
Introduction: Media Capital in Chinese Film and Television
1. The Pan-Chinese Studio System and Capitalist Paternalism
2. Independent Studios and the Golden Age of Hong Kong Cinema
3. Hyperproduction Erodes Overseas Circulation	00
4. Hollywood Takes Charge in Taiwan	00
5. The Globalization of Hong Kong Television	00
6. Strange Bedfellows in Cross-Strait Drama Production	00
7. Market Niches and Expanding Aspirations in Taiwan	00
8. Singapore: From State Paternalism to Regional Media Hub
9. Reterritorializing Star TV in the PRC	00
10. Global Satellites Pursuing Local Audiences and 
Panregional Efficiencies	00
11. The Promise of Broadband and the Problem of Content	00
12. From Movies to Multimedia: Connecting Infrastructure and 
Content	00
Conclusion: Structural Adjustment and the Future of Chinese 
Media	00
Appendix: Industry Interviews	00
Notes	00
Bibliography	00
Index	00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- China.
Motion picture industry -- China.
Motion pictures -- Taiwan.
Motion picture industry -- Taiwan.
Television broadcasting -- China.
Television broadcasting -- Taiwan.