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TV competition encourages its progress

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“With more new free-to-air TVs, it can stimulate the broadcasting industry to be more competitive,” said Ho Yuet Fung, a Global Media Specialist, () gave a speech at Shue Yan University.


By Rainbow Ho 22:26 14/02/2012


In the past decades, there were only two free-to-air televisions in Hong Kong, Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and Asia Television Limited (ATV). The former nearly (monopolies-check verb spelling)) the whole TV industry and limited the choices of audiences.


Nowadays, the government is going (to issues) new public TV licenses. Three companies applied for the free-to-air television licenses, including City Telecom(Hong Kong), Fantastic Television and Hong Kong Television Entertainment Company owned by Pacific Century CyberWorks.


Ho welcomed the above () good news. “One more player is always better. Competition lead () success,” added Ho, explaining that the new free channels can bring the fierce competition that can force the script writers to create better programs. (good sentence)


“I believe the market can support more free-to-air television stations,” said Ho, adding that the increasing population and huge market from Mainland are the main reasons behind(...).

Good title, and use of detail, however the context could be more elaborated upon.

--095083 2012年2月14日 (二) 22:28 (UTC)


Correction

“With more new free-to-air TVs, it can stimulate the broadcasting industry to be more competitive,” said Ho Yuet Fung, a Global Media Specialist, and gave a speech at Shue Yan University.


By Rainbow Ho 22:26 14/02/2012


In the past decades, there were only two free-to-air televisions in Hong Kong, Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and Asia Television Limited (ATV). The former nearly monopolized the whole TV industry and limited the choices of audiences.


Nowadays, the government is going to issue new public TV licenses. Three companies applied for the free-to-air television licenses, including City Telecom(Hong Kong), Fantastic Television and Hong Kong Television Entertainment Company owned by Pacific Century CyberWorks.


Ho welcomed the above a good news. “One more player is always better. Competition lead a success,” added Ho, explaining that the new free channels can bring the fierce competition that can force the script writers to create better programs.


“I believe the market can support more free-to-air television stations,” said Ho, adding that the increasing population and huge market from Mainland are the main reasons behind it.


--095083 2012年2月14日 (二) 22:28 (UTC)
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