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“Life is like riding on the roller coaster, there are ups and downs. In this stage, the concern should be highlighted in regard to the justice in the society, but not the licensing issue" said Ricky Wong Wai Kay.

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在2013年11月6日 (三) 07:09由115095 (對話 | 貢獻)所做的修訂版本
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“I have fought for my goal in running the Hong Kong Television for three years and ten months, and now, in this stage, it is not about whether I can have the license or not. It is about the justice”, said Ricky Wong Wai Kay, the Chairman of HKTV, in the internal talk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday.


The Hong Kong government provided a report on the same day that further explained the reason of denying the Hong Kong Television Network a free-to-air television license. It stated that they hope to gradually bring the competition amongst all the applicants, so as to provide a mild and healthy competing atmosphere in this free-to-air television licensing issue.


“I was like I did the examination paper, and I was told that I made some mistakes in several places but then I was not permitted to change it” Wong said and he further explained that there was no point and clue why the government need to do this on him.


Speaking on the issue of seeking other alternatives in replacing the running of the HKTV, such as buying up Asia Television Limited or run it in a different platform, like on the internet. Wong said that “ATV was a bunch of crap” and he would not even consider it at this moment.


He also said that the huge investment in running a television which hoists it on the internet is not an appropriate method, as the revenue on the internet would not able to be covered the investment. He further explained that there are many plays that in high quality shown on the internet world-wide, that is to say, there is a very keen competition world-wide, so it was a completely different world to what he was doing.


Wong said that this licensing issue indeed gave him some inspirational thoughts, “Life is a process, sometimes one just do not need to take too much concern on the result,” and “Life is like riding on the roller coaster, there are ups and downs”. Speaking on the issue of this long lasting fight with the government, Wong said that his staffs are indeed has the right to say that “he was a bad boss” but they did not. He said that they are really supportive.


--115095 2013年11月5日 (二) 23:08 (UTC)

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