Likewise, MWTV faced unprecedented challenges, which led to the cancelation of WMW to start VWN.
In 2009, WMW was suspended, and VWN was launched in its place.
I analyzed 180 packages from 20 episodes of WMW and categorized 125 items from VWN based on main subjects.
Different production environments between WMW and VWN were reflected in subject differences covered by each program (Figure 2).
The most significant change was the Labor category, which took 50% of WMW's items but shrunk to 25% when VWN was broadcast.
To answer this, a closer look at both programs, WMW and VWN, is needed.
The second most prevalent category of coverage was about the cultural activities of migrant workers, and it remained relatively consistent between WMW and VWN: 29% and 20%, respectively.