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DBC would be neither Apple Daily nor Takung Wenwei: Loh

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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【17th September, 2013 Leung Nga Wing】Loh Chan, who recently became the CEO of Digital Broadcasting Corporation Hong Kong Limited (DBC), said that under the fierce competitions among various radio stations, choice, diversity and content are the advantages of DBC.


Loh introduced the recent development of DBC in an university seminar. He said digital audio broadcasting is becoming more popular in Hong Kong, ‘‘the government invested 450 million dollars in developing digital audio broadcasting, and the signal can now cover around 80 percent of the household in Hong Kong.’’


As a pioneer in digital broadcasting, DBC is advantageous. ‘‘DBC owns 7 out of 18 channels, thus it is capable in vertically reaching more audience than other traditional media.’’ said Loh.


Loh emphasized the importance of programme choice and diversity in developing DBC. In his point of view, if there is no content in the programme, it is difficult to attract audiences. ‘‘Content is the king,’’ he said.


Concerning the doubts towards the background of Wong Cho-bau, the new major investor of DBC, Loh assured that DBC would hold its neutral position in reporting news regardless of Wong’s background.


Loh said Wong did stresses the importance in being impartial and fair in news reporting, ‘‘DBC would not hold any specific political stance like what Apple Daily, Ta Kung Pao or Wen Wei Po do.’’


Concerning the future development of DBC, Loh said gaining critical mass and developing online and mobile apps version for DBC is vital in the coming years.


Loh Chan was well-known for establishing news channels in various broadcasting media such as Cable TV, Now TV and TVB Network Vision. He also helped founding Apple Daily as a Chief Editor.


DBC, founded by radio host and former legco member Albert Cheng King-hon, is a pioneer in using digital technology for radio broadcasting.


DBC involved in the financial disputes as shareholders refused to continue funding the radio station; while Cheng deemed that such decision was intervened due to certain political reasons.


After solving the arguments on shares distribution and suspending broadcasting for 3 months, DBC resumed broadcasting in January 2013.


--125099 2013年9月17日 (二) 17:23 (UTC)

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