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HKTV fights back to government’s six-page statement

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(Your lead is very good save for a few grammatical errors. Your lead could be rewritten as follows: The chairman of the Hong Kong Television Network is planning to counter the allegations the government has made in turning down the HKTV's application for a free TV operating license.)


HKTV fights back to government’s six-page statement


Lam Long Fung Wednesday, 6 November, 2013


The chairman of Hong Kong Television Network planning to take steps to confront with the HKSAR government which revealed partial information on turning down HKTV’s free-to-air license bid.


Ricky Wong, the chairman of HKTV, pointed out the fact that the six-page statement released by the government not dared to tell the public about the competiveness of HKTV among the three competitors.


“The government does not tell lies in the statement. However, it does not mention our priority among the three applicants, and even highlight that we have the least competiveness,” said Wong.


Wong blamed the government for misleading the public by revealing partial information of why turning down the application of HKTV. Wong also doubted the decision made by Executive Council as most of the members did not have any experiences in running a business.


Wong have planned to take steps to fight back following the six-page statement by disclosing the confidential report given by government, and let the public judge.


“I have some secrets in my pocket, and I am thinking a creative way to disclose it without breaching the law or the ethics,” added Wong. He mentioned that he will consult his counsel and PR executive before taking any measures.


The issue of Free TV licensing aroused discontent among Hong Kong citizens. However, Wong stressed that even 200 thousand people surrounding the Central Government Offices would not change the government’s mind to give license to HKTV.


“I will still keep holding on for three to six months. If the measures that I take do not work, I may shut down HKTV,” affirmed Wong.


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