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DBC channels launched to meet specific needs of different groups

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--115009 2013年9月17日 (二) 19:06 (UTC)


New channels launched yesterday by DBC are set up to meet specific needs of different groups in Hong Kong, says Loh Chan.


Tina Lu


Seven new radio channels were launched yesterday by DBC (Digital Broadcasting Corporation Hong Kong Limited), despite months of internal disputes.


DBC had established a channel to meet the needs of elderly. It had also planned to work with elderly welfare organizations, on subsidy plans that allow elderly to obtain digital radio with a price lower than market or even for free. “With the problem of aging, Hong Kong definitely needs more channels that are specifically for the elderly, both informational and for entertainment.” says Loh Chan, C.E.O. of DBC.


With new shareholders, DBC had set up its own news department for exclusive news sources, instead of purchasing from other news stations. Some doubt that, with Nation commissar of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPCC) Huang Chu-biao (黃楚標) as its dominating shareholder, the righteousness and credibility of DBC programs’ content might be affected. Loh said Huang is just an investor and will not intervene in any decision making process related to productions including news.


Loh Chan says, with technological improvement, competition limited to the broadcasting license might vanish, availability and popularity to listen to radio with portable devices, such as mobile phones and internet is likely to be seen. He believes this will happen in around two years, hence the need of DBC to adopt new strategies by then.

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