Multinational media send congratulations on 80th anniversary of China’s first radio station

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Multinational media send congratulations on 80th anniversary of China’s first radio station” – below is their description.

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Eighty years ago on December 30, 1940, the first radio station created by the Communist Party of China (CPC) broadcast for the first time under the name of XNCR (X being the English letter of the call sign of China’s radio stations under international regulations at that time and NCR standing for New Chinese Radio).

Since then, as the predecessor of today’s Central People’s Broadcasting Station (CNR) of the China Media Group (CMG), XNCR has reported on important documents, articles and editorials of the CPC and on international and domestic current affairs.

Multinational media outlets have expressed their warm congratulations on the 80th anniversary.

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