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Ricky Wong: I am 99% sure it has nothing to do with the Central

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Reported by Coco Lau

Ricky Wong Wai Kay, chairman of HKTV, said he was sure the Central Government did not take part in stopping the Hong Kong Government from granting a free-to-air licence to Hong Kong Television Network (HKTV).

The rejection of a free-to-air TV licence application from HKTV has caused intense discussions among the public who requested a full explanation of the denial from the HK government. Wong said that he was sure the denial was not related to the Central Government when he attended a talk in Shue Yan University in the afternoon today.

Wong said he could see the public misunderstood that the Central Government was the one who decided which company to get the licence. However, he did not agree with that. “I am 99% sure it has nothing to do with the Central Government.” said Wong.

Wong said he had been talking to Rita Fan Hsu Lai Tai, a member of the NPC Standing Committee and Fan said she had not heard of Beijing discussing about the free-to-air TV licence issue in Hong Kong. He thought the Central Government was more open nowadays which was greatly different from how the media depicted.

Wong also said recently Tam Yiu Chung, the chairman of Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong (DAB), had suggested him to purchase ATV but at the moment he did not plan to do so.

He admitted having few back-up plans in the coming three to six months but no details of the plans could be disclosed temporarily. If they all failed after six months, HKTV would be closed and all the staff would have to leave, said Wong.

--115038 2013年11月6日 (三) 06:57 (UTC)

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