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Albert Cheng will focus on online radio and apply for AM radio channel

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(I have warned repeatedly in class that no one is to edit one's own report online after the deadline for I will treat it as a late hand-in. I will let you off this time but no more next time. In your lead, you had made two errors: forgetting to assign quotation marks to the sentence "I will put my notion that teaching...." And you had apparently misused the word "notion" here. Notion means idea, impulse or concept. There were several other misused wordage in your report, like "radio talk show termination". You should avoid using long sentences and instead focusing on simple expression. As to the story itself, since you mentioned repeatedly that Cheng wished to teach non-internet users to listen to his online radio, you therefore should tell your readers what Cheng has in store for the plan. He mentioned the development of a "phone radio service". )

Hong Kong|By Jack Hui Chun Kit

Published 30 Jan 2013

Hon Albert Jinghan Cheng, founder of Digital Broadcasting Corporation Hong Kong Limited (DBC), said I will put my notion that teaching citizens to use internet to get information on the  internet yesterday.

Cheng, who is now recovering from his 8th times radio talkshow termination, seted up a online radio D100 to continue local famous political talkshow Teacup in a storm.

"We hope more people can use internet, let the non-internet users know how to use, and get information form the internet, this would be my contribution to the society," Cheng said.

He said the online radio can perform as well as digital radio in broadcasting sound and picture in the same time.

He said D100 recorded 2 millions rating from the starting day, 17th December. He is now planning to increase the channel to four.

He said government should open the airwaves, currently seven FM radio channels serving seven millions population is not enough. He doubted is Hong Kong airwaves usage worse than North Korea, where one FM radio channel shares by a million North Koreans.

He said Hong Kong needs more radio channnel to increase the competition as improving the quality.

"Hong Kong Radio hardware development for a century,"Cheng said.

He said the distributing power of the convergence of internet and waveairs will be great. He is now considering to apply for AM lincence and build a broadcastinh station in Shek Kong.
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