Quality Internet Dramas
China’s Internet industry has developed rapidly but there is still a need for high-quality Internet dramas, industry officials told a forum in Shanghai today. Love it or hate it, The New Yorker is one of the most eclectic popular magazines out there, and its Amazon Prime TV show reflects how insightful, informative and downright bizarre it can be. The series takes articles, poems, memoirs and even cartoons from the magazine, then spins them out into full half-hour vignettes.
The Supplementary Notice” provides that before online dramas, microfilms and other such audiovisual programmes are broadcast online, programme information filing shall be completed; where, after online broadcast, the masses report or the press, publications, radio, rishta likhenge hum naya film and television department discovers that programme content does not conform to relevant State regulations, it must be immediately taken offline.
The Supplementary Notice” stresses that Internet audiovisual programme service work units must carry out their responsibilities as operating subjects well, strictly keep the broadcast gate, and produce and broadcast online dramas, microfilms and other such online audiovisual programmes that are suited for online dissemination, reflect the spirit of the times, carry forward the true, the good and the beautiful, that the people love to see and hear.
The most common faces in ARY dramas from our industry include Sameena Peerzada, Bushra Ansari, Saba Hameed, Samina Saeed, Rubina Asharaf, Semi Raheel,Saba Qamar, Aiman Khan, Meenal Khan, Saboor Aly, Sajal Aly, Mehwish Hayat, Sana Fakhar, Hareem Farooq, Maha Warsi, Neelum Muneer, Saima Syed Noor, Sana Askari, Kubra Khan, and many others.
At a time when more Chinese consumers are streaming content to their smartphones and tablets, the company agreed in November to purchase Chinese online video provider Youku Tudou Alibaba aims to distribute the dramas mainly through streaming websites.