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RTHK Shifts to the Internet

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Hong Kong, Oct.25 -- In this technology era, everything is changing. Radio news is not only news for listening but also reading and watching. “RTHK (Radio Television Hong Kong) on Internet was set up in 1994, and changes (were began-wrong tense &use of passive voice),’’ said Yun Tai-ko, Multimedia Head Editor of Radio Television Hong Kong.


Winnie Wu


Yun tai-ko, attending(vt) a talk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University, expressed how RTHK is changing after (application?) of the Internet.


“The content of RTHK on Internet has changed from ‘information’ to ‘communication’. RTHK provides news reports by text, photos and videos online,” stated Yun.


He explained that recorded radio programmes were uploaded on the website for listeners to review (at the past-awkward, rephrase). It (seemed?) a data bank. At present, RTHK on Internet provides programmes reviewing as well as online broadcasting. Besides, timely news, feature stories and financial news reports are also posted on the website. There are also blogs for editors to share their impression about updating news.


“RTHK moves from one platform to multi-platform,” said Yun.


RTHK (jumps out from boundary?) of radio to the Internet. Listeners can receive information through radio, computer and mobile phone. News reported (on RTHK on Internet-condense, name website) can also be linked to social networking platforms (like-informal, such as) Twitter and Facebook.


"Media is not unidirectional now. It is two-way communication. Readers can response(noun form-should be verb) and comment below the news, and share (to?) Facebook," said Yun.


Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), which is under Hong Kong Government, is the oldest broadcast organization. RTHK has seven radio channels but no television channel. Its television programmes are broadcasted through other television channels, such as AVT and TVB. RTHK on (x) Internet has 36 million visitors a day.

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--095076 2011年10月25日 (二) 22:07 (UTC)

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