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Mark Lee says the HKSAR government should take a large part of responsibility in causing the quarrel over free-to-air TV licenses

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Mark Lee says the HKSAR government should take a large part of responsibility in causing the quarrel over free-to-air TV licenses

Stephy Poon

After the City Telecom (CTI)’s application of free-to-air TV licenses in 2009, and later as other PCCW and i-Cable, the two existing terrestrial television stations, Television Broadcasts (TVB) and Asia Television (ATV) have showed their concerns and discontents through different ways and actions. Mr. Mark Lee Po On, Executive Director and Group General Manager of TVB, says the government’s decision and policy on granting free TV licenses is unclear which kept TVB from knowing the “truth” of the story.

“We (TVB) would like to know more about the reasons of opening up the local free-to-air TV market and licenses. But we don’t understand why the government didn’t allow us to have a look on the reports done by the consulting firms (over the free TV licenses issue). We had asked the government many times for that and we had to wait till 2012 to have a look of the results partially.” Mark said.

“We do think that the advertising market or revenue of the local free-TV would not be enlarged even if there are more competitors. It’s because there are too many restrictions and regulations that we (broadcast companies) have to follow. It’s not a free market when compared to other media like newspapers or magazines. The government has to know that the existing advertising market is not large enough to support more free-to-air TV players.” Mark said.--105125 2013年1月23日 (三) 01:00 (UTC)

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