July 22, 2013

Salt+Light TV, the Toronto-based Catholic television programmer, is using the Internet to send its Chinese-language programming to mainland China.

And, unlike some online services, Salt+Light's programming is not being blocked by Chinese censors.

"We have never experienced any government intervention from China.

We have done our work quietly and have never tried to do things illegally," said Basilian Father Thomas Rosica, Salt+Light's CEO.

Salt+Light has produced programming in Cantonese and Mandarin for eight years, but only recently did it try to make an inroad in China.

"Our first goal was to reach out to Chinese Catholics in Canada," said Rosica.

Salt+Light's Chinese programming can be found at saltandlighttv.org/chinese.