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Would Hong Kong Television alive?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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5 November 2013 Reporter Yao Pik Tan


After the rejection of Hong Kong Television Network’s free-to-air licence application, the chairman of Hong Kong Television Network Limited (HKTV) said that they would get another plans within these few months, but they wouldn’t buy Asia Television Limited (ATV).


Wong would not consider buying ATV

A member of the Legislative Council, Tam Yiu Chung, suggested that Ricky Wong Wai Kay buy ATV three times within three days. "Honestly, I have never thought to buy ATV until now", Wong said. Wong said he felt very strange why Tam would emphasize that statement, and he wondered what messages Tam wanted to deliver to him.


The style of TVB was not suitable for Wong and HKTV

On the other hand, "I have studied deeply to buy Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) before, but I found that the style of TVB was not suitable for me", Wong said. Wong said that he loved strange and interesting approach rather than a developed company. TVB is a mutual and big organization so that it is difficult to reform it. Wong believed that TVB was a successful company which served and satisfied a group of audiences.


ATV was a pile of rubbish

Wong used an example to elaborate the potential of TVB and ATV. Wong described TVB was a good condition table, but ATV was a pile of rubbish so that it was difficult to reform. "I loved to create a new company rather than fixed up an old company", Wong said.


Wong didn't believe HKTV was eliminated by Mainland China

Wong said that he didn't believe HKTV was eliminated by Mainland China as Tam suggested Wong to buy ATV. The underlying message was that Wong was accepted by the Mainland China. The core factor was the license now but not buying ATV or not.


HKTV lost its bid for one of the new free-to-air television licences on October 15 when the Leung government approved in principle only two of the three applicants – i-Cable’s Fantastic TV and PCCW’s Hong Kong Television Entertainment Company.

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