Peng Shuai disappearance: China caught censoring network's live feed while discussing missing tennis star

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CNN put China's efforts to censor the growing controversy of the missing Chinese tennis superstar on full display.
There has been an international outcry over the disappearance of Peng Shuai, who has not been seen in public ever since she accused a former member of the Communist Party's ruling Standing Committee of sexual assault.

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While discussing the latest developments surrounding Shuai on "New Day," CNN had a box on display labeled "live feed in China," showing the network's coverage on a slight delay from the American broadcast.

But just moments in a report addressing Shuai, CNN's live feed can be seen being cut, being replaced with color bars.

"I want to explain to viewers what is happening on our screen right now because underneath your face, they can see a box which is the actual live feed of this broadcast in China but its all color bars," CNN anchor John Berman told correspondent Will Ripley, who was reporting live from Taiwan. "It went to color bars the minute you started talking. So what's going on…
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