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The Content is King, the C.E.O of DBC says

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Sir, I just simply changed the word "much" to "many" after I had proofread my work again when I arrived home.

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(You might hand in your homework before the deadline but you have edited it the last time at 21:21 Tuesday and that made me consider it late. Give me a good reason that it isn't so to make me change my mind.)

The Content is King, the C.E.O of DBC says


Lam Long Fung

Wednesday, 18 September, 2013


“The content is king,” Loh Chan, the C.E.O of Digital Broadcasting Corporation Hong Kong Limited (DBC), said yesterday in Hong Kong Shue Yan University. The seven channels of DBC were invested 65 million to run, putting in service on Monday.


Loh stated that the key factor making both ends meet was their rich and diversified content. Loh hoped that the seven channels of DBC could have a better development with good content.


DBC will focus on producing more programs for the elderly. Loh pointed out that Hong Kong did not have many programs targeting the elderly, concerning about their health or lives after retirement. The scenario was different from other regions, like Japan. Since the aging problem becomes more prevalent in Hong Kong, “We will extend 4 to 6 more hours for programs targeting the elderly,” stated Loh.


Loh was asked whether the political affiliation of DBC is Pro-Beijing camp, and the freedom of Press of DBC is affected, since the investor of DBC, Bill Wong Cho-bau, is the National Committee Member of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.


“We will always report news with fairness, we would not report news like Wenwei Po and Takungpao. Also, we would not report news like Apple Daily too. We will let the audience judges their stands on different issues,” Loh replied.


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