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New TV station follows Beijing regulation

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Timmy K. H. SHE

HONG KONG, April 9 - There is no way to challenge the party regime, said Chen Jane, channel director and news director of the new-found TV broadcasting company One-TV.

“We will not cover the story about China political system or any commentary on it,” said Chen.

Chen said One-TV is targeting international Chinese as well as the 1.3 billion audiences in Mainland China as a mandarin-media. She said there will be six reporter stations spread out the Asia-Pacific region including Beijing and Shanghai in order to make the own stories. As there is a strict regulation in news industry in China, Chen desired not to cover the sensitive issue unless it is a fact.

“We may focus on the stories of people’s livelihood,” said Chen.

There is a concern that some China’s background media wanted to use Hong Kong as a tool in the struggle of power in PRC by control the public opinion. Although One-TV was found by mainland capital mainly, Chen said they have an editorial independence.

One-TV planned to start a daily news program of five slots, each slot last for 30 minutes. Chen said the 41-man team will make it in an energetic and creative way.

“We will start the trial broadcasting in the following month, through the now TV network,” said Chen.
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