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News Macau Style: Conservative yet independent

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(You should just spell out what was Leong's opinion in your lead instead of just saying that he shared his thoughts with the students. Readers would like to see his point upfront and your lead will also be more interesting. "Sassy" in sassy news was not the right word. Sassy means bold, or fresh. You might mean sizzling news. You forgot to mention one important fact in your story that TDM is fully funded by the Macau government. It was based on this fact that skeptics argued TDM was soft on the government and reluctant to takes issues with public policy.)

--105106 2012年10月10日 (三) 10:53 (UTC)
25 September 2012

Reporter: Tiffany Lau --105106 2012年10月10日 (三) 10:53 (UTC)

Oct 9 - Some comment the news in Macau being too conservative and is not as bold as the ones from Hong Kong. João Leong Kam Chun, President of the Executive Committee of Teledifusão de Macau S.A. holds a different opinion and shared it at Shue Yan University today.


Leong explained that Macau is really small and gossips spread quickly, people tend not to make comments too critically, even the government likes to give tip-offs of an upcoming policy and observe people’s reaction first. This reduces the interest conflict between the people and the government. So there is not much sassy news like protests in Macau.


RTHK as a role model

As TDM is not a commercial TV station, it does not have to rely on advertising profits, which gives them more authority over their choice of news and TV shows. Leong appreciates documentaries of Radio Television Hong Kong as they have good messages. They also focus on minorities like the elderlies, abused and the neglected. Without the burden of commercial consideration, he said the TDM can try these kinds of videos. He is also curious how RTHK is going to develop the TV channel.
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