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What happens when cgtn doesn't live debate? Brief introduction of cgtn hostess Liu Xin

What happens when cgtn doesn't live debate? When is the live broadcast time of the debate? In May 29th, foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang held a regular press conference. A reporter asked questions about the debate arrangement between Liu Xin, female host of cgtn, and Tracy, female anchor of Fox Business Channel in the United States. Lu Kang responded that CGTN will report live broadcast.

It is reported that this highly watched TV debate will be held around 8 a.m. on May 30.

Chinese and beautiful anchor debate live time

At about 8 a.m. on May 30, Liu Xin, an alumnus of Nanjing University and a hostess of cgtn, and Tracy, a female anchor of fox business channel, will have a TV debate.

On May 29th, foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang responded at a regular press conference, when CGTN will be reported live.

So, what is the cgtn live address for Chinese and beautiful anchor debate?

Chinese beauty anchor debate live address

At 17:00 p.m. on May 29, cgtn's official microblog issued a statement saying that cgtn could not broadcast fox commercial channel programs live. The following is the original statement:

Dear netizens, I'm sorry to inform you that due to copyright reasons, cgtn can't comment on Liu Xin and Fox Business Channel anchor Cuixi & middot; Trish Regan's dialogue on Sino US trade was broadcast live. The dialogue was broadcast on Fox commercial channel. Liu Xin only participated in the program as a guest, and the copyright of the program belongs to Fox TV station. Cgtn originally intended to broadcast live. After communicating with Fox commercial channel, it finally did not obtain the program authorization. Cgtn cannot broadcast live without the authorization of the other party. However, in order to meet the information needs of netizens, we will report them in real time. Coming soon!

Cgtn hostess Liu Xin's information:

Liu Xin is currently the host of the "viewpoint" column of China International Television. Previously, she served as the chief reporter of CCTV in Geneva, Switzerland, and graduated from Nanjing University.