China strengthen the real-time monitoring of the online drama commentary barrage

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism drafted the "Notice of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Regulating the Operation of Online Dramas (Programs) to Promote the Healthy and Orderly Development of the Industry (Draft for Comments)", which is now open for comments.


The announcement pointed out that the operating units of online performances (programs) should establish and improve the content management system, set up independent content management departments, and equip professionals who meet the needs of content review work to be responsible for the content management of online performances (programs) and strengthen the review of comments, barrage, and other user-generated content in real-time monitoring.


The term "barrage" originally means the dense bullets in STG games (shooting games, such as the Touhou series), which are so dense that it looks like a curtain. It is called "Bullet Hell" or "Bullet Curtain" in English. When a large number of Tucao comments float across the screen, the effect looks like a barrage in a flying shooting game, so NICO netizens call the effect of such a large number of comments a barrage.


In addition, those engaged in the business activities of online performances (programs) shall, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the "Interim Regulations on Internet Culture Management", apply to the local provincial cultural and tourism administrative department to obtain a network whose business scope includes "online performances (programs)" Cultural business license.


The "Opinions" pointed out that if online performances (programs) are provided by live broadcast, they should be broadcast in delayed live broadcast mode, and a special person should be arranged to supervise online performances (programs) in real-time, and the content problems should be blocked as soon as possible. and deal with it in a timely manner.


The culture and tourism departments (bureaus) of all provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government, and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps Culture, Sports, Radio, Television, and Tourism Bureau:

In recent years, affected by the epidemic, some companies have chosen to provide concerts and other performance content through the Internet in the form of live broadcasts or recorded broadcasts to meet the spiritual and cultural needs of the people. In order to further implement the reform requirements of "delegating power, delegating power, regulating services", optimizing the business environment, and guiding the healthy and orderly development of new business formats, the relevant matters are hereby notified as follows.

1. Those who hold commercial performances with live audiences in China and broadcast live on the Internet, as well as provide music, dance, drama and other literary and artistic performances video broadcast or online viewing services in commercial performance venues, in accordance with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Administration and Service" Notice on Promoting the Prosperity and Development of the Performance Market" (Wenlu Market Fa [2020] No. 62) to manage the relevant requirements.

2. The online performances (programs) in the "Interim Regulations on Internet Culture Management" refer to concerts, concerts, music festivals, stage plays (including operas, dramas, dance plays, musicals, etc.), folk arts, acrobatics and foreign Performance activities such as characteristic stage literature and art (hereinafter referred to as "stage performance activities") are Internet cultural products formed by real-time dissemination or uploading and dissemination in the form of audio and video through the Internet, mobile communication network, mobile Internet and other information networks.

The following circumstances belong to the provision of online performances (programs): the stage performances held overseas are broadcast live through the Internet; the recorded stage performances are provided through the Internet in the form of audio and video; Stage performance activities or virtual stage performance activities; stage performance activities are provided through personal live broadcast rooms.

3. To engage in the business activities of online performances (programs), one shall, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the "Interim Regulations on the Administration of Internet Culture", apply to the local provincial cultural and tourism administrative department to obtain a network whose business scope includes "online performances (programs)" Cultural business license.

4. To provide imported online performances (programs), it shall be reported to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism for content review, which can be provided to users only after the content review is passed. To provide domestic online performances (programs), it shall be reported to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism for the record within 30 days from the date of providing it to users.

Imported online performances (programs) refer to online performances (programs) whose participants include foreign actors, or whose venues or recordings are overseas, or whose copyrights of virtual actors and virtual stage performances belong to foreign-funded institutions or foreign personnel. .

5. Online performances (programs) shall not contain content prohibited by Article 16 of the "Interim Regulations on Internet Culture Management". The operating unit of online performances (programs) shall establish and improve the content management system, set up independent content management departments, and assign professionals who meet the needs of content review work to be responsible for the content management of online performances (programs), and strengthen the management of comments, bullet screens, etc. Real-time monitoring of user-generated content. Online performances (programs) provided by live broadcast shall be broadcast in delayed live broadcast mode, and special personnel shall be arranged to conduct real-time supervision of online performances (programs), and content problems shall be blocked and dealt with in a timely manner.

6. All provincial cultural and tourism administrative departments should strengthen the dynamic monitoring and law enforcement inspection of the online performance drama (program) market, urge enterprises to implement their main responsibilities, and promptly investigate and deal with violations of laws and regulations.

7. Encourage and support online performances (programs) operating units to provide online performances (programs) with high-quality content and in line with socialist core values; literary and artistic performance groups, performance brokerage agencies, and performance venue operating units use the Internet to provide performances to the public Activities, creation and operation of digital performance products; professional stage art institutions participate in the production of online performance dramas (programs) to promote the development of new performance formats.

8. Relevant performance industry organizations should strengthen theoretical research on the online performances (programs) industry, establish industry norms, carry out industry self-discipline, build industry exchange platforms, provide talent training services, and promote the prosperity and development of the online performances (programs) industry.

hereby notified.


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