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Phoenix Television logo design concept was originally proposed by Liu Changle, the Chairman and CEO of Phoenix Television, who believes phoenix is a symbol of peace and well-being.

The logo features a male phoenix and female phoenix rotating into a circle shape, similar with Yin Yang symbol, indicating the intersection of the western and eastern cultures, the traditional and modern cultures. The logo was designed by Liu Bo, the professor of China Central Academy of Fine Arts.


Uploaded on August 17, 2011
Last updated on August 17, 2011

Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings Ltd
China P.R.
Liu Bo (China Central Academy of Fine Arts)

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Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings Ltd

Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings Ltd or Phoenix Television (Traditional Chinese: 鳳凰衛星電視; Simplified Chinese: 凤凰卫星电视) is a Hong Kong-based Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese television broadcaster that serves the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong along with other markets with substantial Chinese viewers. It has 6 different television channels including Phoenix InfoNews Channel, Phoenix Chinese Channel, Phoenix Movie Channel, Phoenix Hong Kong Channel, etc. Phoenix Television provides news, information, entertainment programmes. It has a good relationship with the People's Republic of China government. It is one of the few privately owned broadcasting companies in mainland China able to broadcast information about events not covered by the government media.

The company's head office locates in Tai Po, New Territories, Hongkong, it also has correspondents offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. The Shenzhen office is said to be responsible for one half of the TV programs' production.