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Alan Lo: Five free presses can survive together

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Alan Lo: Five free presses can survive together By Shelly Pan Chu Yuan--095001 2011年9月20日 (二) 23:48 (UTC)

With the launch of the Sharp Daily at the beginning of this week, the war between free presses is becoming more and more intense. As some people predict that one of the five free presses will not survive, Alan Lo, the president of AM730, is optimistic about the future, and said that the five free presses can survive together.

“We are a more intellectual kind of free press,” said Alan, who considered the positioning of other free presses. As you can see in today’s Sharp Daily, there are beautiful girls in bikini every two pages, either showing some products, or forecasting the weather. “You won’t see such things happening in Am730”, said Alan, “The trajectory of Sharp Daily is quite clear.”

The free newspapers accounted for all 30% of newspaper circulation nowadays, and Alan believes that it will rise up to 50% in the near future.

With a daily limitation of64 pages and 400,000 copies, AM730 cannot add more advertisements in the paper. Alan said the company would not give up any news articles for advertisements as he believes the current proportion of news and advertisements is ideal. “We cannot give up space for news articles any more. Otherwise, we are no longer press but a paper of advertisements.”

“We want to print extra copies of the newspaper, but Apple Daily doesn’t allow us to do so!” Alan was quite angry with Apple Daily and said that if they have a conflict of interest in their free presses, they might consider finding another publishing partner. Alan ended with the claim that 730AM is making profits despite the limited number of pages.
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