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TVBS News draws global media attention in Taiwan’s elections

Reporter Dimtiri Bruyas
Release time:2024/01/22 20:27
Last update time:2024/05/16 12:10
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TVBS News election coverage topped viewership across Taiwan on Jan. 13. (TVBS News) TVBS News draws global media attention in Taiwan’s elections
TVBS News election coverage topped viewership across Taiwan on Jan. 13. (TVBS News)

TAIPEI (TVBS News) — Global media attention converged on the 2024 presidential and legislative elections in Taiwan, with journalists from Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, and Switzerland flocking to the nation for comprehensive coverage. 

TVBS News, known for its balanced and credible reporting, played a central role in this international partnership, drawing a record-breaking viewership of 9.46 million during its exclusive election special, "Decisive Battle 2024," from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on election day. 

 

This significant moment in Taiwan's broadcast history solidified TVBS's dominance in both the local and global media landscape.
TVBS News election coverage topped viewership across Taiwan on Jan. 13. (TVBS News)

Int'l Media Collaborate with TVBS for Extensive Election Coverage
International media outlets collaborated extensively with TVBS News, highlighting the broadcaster's global credibility. TVBS assembled a robust "vote-reporting team" of nearly 4,000 members and set up ten thousand polling stations to ensure precise and timely vote counting. 

 
The YouTube livestream of the vote counting attracted over 175,000 simultaneous viewers, a testament to TVBS's meticulous approach and wide acclaim. Prominent broadcasters like Japan's NHK Television and Singapore's Channel News Asia established a presence at TVBS headquarters, enhancing their reporting capabilities.
 
Malaysia's Sin Chew Daily and China Press utilized TVBS's real-time vote-counting footage, while Australia's SBS Public Television's Chinese channel and Switzerland's RSI collaborated with TVBS for live broadcasts and in-depth coverage, respectively. Zee NEWS Group's "WION" partnered with TVBS's English news division, providing live updates and geopolitical analyses.

TVBS reporter Kai Yu Chuang (莊鎧毓) shared his insights on the elections with int’l media. (TVBS News)


TVBS English News Provides In-Depth Analysis of Post-Election Taiwan
In a significant segment, Dimitri Bruyas, the head of the TVBS English news team, discussed the post-election situation in Taiwan, emphasizing its importance to international media. TVBS English news, using the ENEX system, offered comprehensive coverage to over 70 countries worldwide.

"TVBS Meeting Room" Also delved into the future of U.S.-China-Taiwan relations post-election, with host Wenchi Yu engaging American scholars, including Ryan Hass and Bonnie S. Glaser. Their conversations provided insights into the evolving geopolitical landscape and its implications on U.S. diplomatic strategies and Beijing's reactions.

Dimitri Bruyas (龔向華) hinted at the importance of the post-election situation in Taiwan. (TVBS News)


About TVBS
 
TVBS, a pioneer in Taiwan's media industry, began as the nation's first satellite TV channel on Sept. 28, 1993. The network is known for its commitment to truth, trust, and technology, offering a wide range of content from international news to entertainment. 

TVBS has diversified its portfolio, encompassing news, entertainment, e-commerce, talent representation, and biotechnology, making it a prominent figure in Taiwanese society. 
 

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#Taiwan elections#TVBS News#international media#election coverage#post-election analysis#global collaboration#geopolitical landscape#vote counting#English news#U.S.-China-Taiwan relations

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