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Former anchor deny the existence of self censorship

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Local media was considered as self censorship when some of the sensitive news of Mainland were prohibited from being published and broadcasted after 1997. Some opponents even called TVB as "CCTVB" to indicate that the channel only received orders from the Mainland. But Ivan Yau, a former anchor of TVB, denied that there was any self censorship after 1997, in an assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Yau admitted that the local media did have changes after 1997. It was because after the return of Hong Kong, the composition of Hong Kong government has been changed. The power of the Chief Executive of Hong Kong was given by the Chinese government. Some reporters and editors had a closer contact with the Mainland. So local media had more concerns.

" In fact, every media agency has its own stand. We cannot recognize it as self censorship. And actually, there is no scientific evidences to prove that self censorship existed, said Yau. He also claimed that we could still find some criticisms of the government in daily news, such as recent news about the suspected corruption of Donald Tsang, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong.

Yau claimed a reporter only need to be concerned about the accuracy of the news. He advised the reporters that they could choose to change their news agency if the stand of their current newsroom was not consistence to them.



Local media was considered (as) self censorsh(ip-use past tense) when some of the sensitive news of Mainland were prohibited from (publishing-use reflexive auxiliary verb with publish) and broadcasting after 1997. Some opponents even called TVB as "CCTVB" to indicate that the channel only received order(-more than one) from the Mainland. But Ivan Yau, a former anchor of TVB, denied that there was (any) self censorship after 1997, in an assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Yau admitted that the local media did have changes after 1997. It was because after the return of Hong Kong, the composition of Hong Kong government has been changed. The power of the Chief Executive of Hong Kong was given by the Chinese government. Some reporters and editors had a closer contact with the Mainland. So local media had more concerns.

" In fact, every media agency has its own stand. We cannot recognize it as self censorship. And actually, there is no scientific evidences to prove that self censorship (is?) existed, said Yau. He also claimed that some criticisms of the government (were still can find-tense?) in daily news, such as recent news about the suspected corruption of Donald Tsang, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong.

Yau claimed a reporter only need to (reflexive aux. verb) concern about the accuracy of the news. He advised the reporters that they could choose to change their news agency if the stand of their current newsroom was not consistence to them.
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