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Experts opposed to Want Want merger

FIGHTING MONOPOLY:Want Want’s chairman said he did not see what was wrong with using money from China’s government to run its embedded advertising

By Shelley Shan  /  Staff reporter

“The commission should have rejected this deal a long time ago because Tsai was doing something illegal,” she said. “They should have revoked the licenses of their television networks, too.”

The statement was drafted by Taiwan Media Watch and endorsed by: Aaron Chiu (邱誌勇), chairman of the department of mass communication at Providence University; Chen Chih-hsien (陳志賢), chair of the department of cultural development at National Kaohsiung University of Applied Science; Mark Chen (陳春富), chair of the department of communication arts at Fu Jen Catholic University; Chen Ping-hung (陳炳宏), chair of the Graduate Institute of Mass Communication at National Taiwan Normal University; Tseng Kuo-feng (曾國峰), director of the department of radio and television at National Chengchi University; Shaw Pin (蕭蘋), head of the Institute of Communications Management at National Sun Yat-sen University; and Day Wan-wen (戴皖文), chair of the department of communication at National Chung Cheng University.

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