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(Good lead you had there. Some areas you needed to clarify in your report. What caused the DBC shares dispute that changed Cheng's mind about internet radio? Why was Cheng kicked out of the digital radio that he helped founded? With all the advantages of operating an online radio, especially the lower cost of production, why would he still want a broadcast license? You owed your readers some explanation.)

Web rescues Radio

29rd January, 2013

by Raymond Hui (Hui Kun Lam)

DBC founder Albert Cheng said that Internet isn’t mutually exclusive with traditional media, it creates new road for tradition broadcast radio.

DBC founder Albert Cheng said that previously he isn’t fond of the Internet; however the DBC shares dispute changed his mind. Cheng said that more than half people uses smart phone to listen to radio, and platforms like Facebook and Youtube allows transmission of images that DBC can’t deliver at the time. Cheng added that operating new online radio D100 instead of the digital audio broadcasting channel has a smaller burden and a million savings in operation and copyright fees. However he said he still want a broadcast license.

Cheng also said that the Internet allowed them to reach audiences from the entire world, he said that there are even b phone-in audiences from Alaska and Belgium, and one third of the audiences of D100 is from overseas. Cheng said that in the future he’ll build radio studios in other countries, and serve as the radio for global Chinese. Cheng said that online radio can perform interactive and real-time information that TV timeslots or newspaper layout that cannot compare.

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