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Ir. Albert J. Cheng: Mass media should responsible for protecting different opinions

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Jan 29th—Since the Digital Broadcasting Corporation was announced to close down on October 2012, the digital broadcasting industry in Hong Kong seemed to get into hot water.

Ir. Albert J. Cheng, the founder of DBC, together with Morris Ho and Lam Yuk Wah, established D100 on December 17, 2012, to make the digital broadcasting have the space to live.

“I hope the audiences don’t attack what the current host of DBC talk about,” said Cheng, “different radios have their own styles which can provide more options for audiences to choose. The mass media should and must have the different opinions, and the most important responsibility for mass media is to protect this diversity.”

When referred to the present program features of D100: whether the style of D100 is gentler compared with DBC.

“Can you hear a sentence called ‘it is difficult to change your basic characteristics’?”, said Cheng, “just like that you cannot tame a dog who loves fighting to jump through a ring of flames. That is our radio’s unique feature which we will not change.”

Cheng also said that he is not against for radical actions, he just have the opinion that radical actions should apply to appropriate place.

“Just set the people who contraband goods as an example, the reason why these people are in detestation is that they affect the ordinary public orders,” Cheng said, “then why not set up a particular channel for those people rather than simply rude stop?”

In the end, Cheng said that he hope the Hong Kong government can have more wisdom measures to govern the whole society.

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