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Li Congjun (R), president of China's Xinhua News Agency, meets with Director of BBC Global News Richard Sambrook in Beijing, capital of China, on Oct. 8, 2009. Richard Sambrook was in Beijing to attend the World Media Summit, to be held on Oct. 8-10. (Xinhua/Zhang Duo)

Li Congjun (R), president of China's Xinhua News Agency, meets with Director of BBC Global News Richard Sambrook in Beijing, capital of China, on Oct. 8, 2009. Richard Sambrook was in Beijing to attend the World Media Summit, to be held on Oct. 8-10. (Xinhua/Zhang Duo)
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BEIJING, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- China's Xinhua president Li Congjun said here Thursday it is the trend for media organizations to tap opportunities through cooperation in order to expand development.

Li made the remarks when meeting with BBC Global News Director Richard Sambrook who is in Beijing for the media event scheduled on Oct. 8-10.

 

BBC boasts one of the world top media organizations and Xinhuais the largest in China. Both have great cooperation potentials, Li said.

Xinhua provides a variety of media services ranging from traditional word and picture reports to video programs more recently, according to Li.

As the owner of China's largest network, newspaper cluster and financial information platform, Xinhua's cooperation with BBC achieves complementary and win-win results.

Sambrook said that he looks forward to the upcoming discussions in the next two days, believing that media organizations will expand cooperation in coping with the challenges posed by new technologies.

 

 


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