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Taipan looks ahead on D100 radio station

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Taipan looks ahead on D100 radio station

Dated 29, Jan 2013

By Kris Lau 105173

"Taipan" Albert Cheng King-hon said he will look ahead on building the digital D100 Radio and urged supporters to accept the change in DBC.

After over two months of suspension and feud in the radio station's boardroom, Digital Broadcasting Corporation has resumed broadcasts. Funding problem is resolved with the sale by Cheng and two other shareholders of their collective 40-percent DBC stake to Bill Wong Cho-bau.

The stake sale has nothing to do with financial malfunction, the station found said this afternoon at Shue Yan University. The suspicion is an act to distract the opinion towards him. He says DBC has only run for a year, it’s too soon to decide if the revenue and expenditure are balanced. Moreover, he says ” the sale of DBC proves that its broadcast culture is supported by public.”

DBC continues its services to the public without Cheng. Cheng says even DBC now has a different style; people should still respect different voices in support of freedom of speech.

Eye fronted, Cheng aims to make D100 Radio the only radio station in Hong Kong serving the global Chinese population. Cheng believes the innovative program content and distribution method will make it succeed. With more up-to-dated content and wider range of choice, Cheng is confident to expend the radio market share. Solely speaking, Cheng’s morning program has accumulated 2 million listeners in 2 months.

D100 Radio is broadcasted by internet streaming in networked mobile devices. Audience can otherwise dial to listen. Over 20,000 people use this service yesterday.

With internet, radio is no longer mutually exclusive. Also it enjoys the currency of powerful visual material. Cheng says what makes D100 stand out is visual material. The idea is to broadcast the real-time video showing operation of radio station along with radio program, so that audience can understand how they produce a show. Cheng says, “D100 Radio welcomes the public to receive and contribute information via broadcast.”

Outsides radio frequency, D100 is free from broadcast licenses limitation. Cheng says it now has less financial burden like licenses fee and copyright fee of around one million dollars.
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