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Licensing for radio may not be needed in 2 years’ time

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Licensing for radio may not be needed in 2 years’ time

By Tsui Tsz Ying, Acacia


Sept. 17 The chief executive of DBC said that licensing in the radio industry in Hong Kong may not be necessary in around 2 years’ time, due to the rapid technological advancement.

Internet radio D100 and DBC are often being regarded as competitors, as the former is established by the founder of DBC, Albert Cheng.

Loh Chan, the chief executive of Digital Broadcasting Corporation (DBC), said ‘D100 should be considered to be successful in some ways, proved by its top ranking among online radios and Cheng’s popularity among the audience.’

‘Different types of media are just a matter of format’, said Loh.

The online industry is evolving fast. Internet radio already does its job in providing a platform for opinions. Loh said he didn’t see the urge for licensing in radio broadcasting in 2 years’ time, and ‘the lack of radio wave of D100 seems to be its only drawback at the moment’.

DBC has just launched all the 7 channels yesterday Loh added that, DBC ‘s current goal is to niche its own critical mass and trying its very best in providing qualitative programmes. He repeatedly said that the success of the all-new DBC could not be judged at this stage.


--115036 2013年9月18日 (三) 00:30 (UTC)

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