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Ricky Wong has no expectation on the government statement

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Before the government has issued the statement to explain the reasons behind and basis of the free television licences decision, Ricky Wong Wai Kay, Chairman of HKTV, said at Shue Yan that he had no expectations on the statement.


The government has released the six-page statement but still does not disclose the ranking of three television companies which had applied for the licence. Wong said he had no expectations on the government and described the government’s behavior as ‘bestial’ when the incident has developed to today’s level.


Many rumored that why HKTV do not receive the licence is due to the pressure from Beijing. But Wong strongly rejected such idea.


“The Central Government today is very enlightened,” he said.


He believed that the decision is 99% unrelated to Beijing. He quoted what Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai, National People's Congress deputy, had said before, “No one talked about it (the free television licence) in Beijing.”


Wong said the reason why Beijing is not so concerned about the licence problem is that Beijing knows that the influence of the new televisions will not be as strong as the existing ones since the new ones will be digital channels instead of analog.


Despite being a member Standing Committee of the Zhejiang Provincial Committee before, Wong said HKTV does rely on the mainland as their production needs to sell to mainland audience.


“Can I displease the mainland?” he then asked.


If HKTV is not given the licence in the coming three to six months, Wong said he would give up on the television industry. Wong said although he did not expect the government will bow to public pressure, people should take to the street because of righteousness.
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