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Competition boosts program quality in Hong Kong, global media specialist said.

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Competition boosts program quality in Hong Kong, global media specialist said. by Phyllis Wong Hoi Ming

Television industry in Hong Kong is near monopoly with Television Broadcasts Limited(TVB) as the most dominant company. However, competition may break out soon with the joining of Wong Wai Kay’s new free TV broadcast channel. Ho Yuet-fung, a global media specialist said today in the general assembly held by HKSYU that more competition in the market can boost the quality of TV programs in Hong Kong.


She criticized that a majority of TV dramas in Hong Kong are in a low quality that are not attractive to audiences. It is not common to have high-quality programs such as When Heaven Burns which become a hot topic in both Hong Kong and other countries.


However, she said, the reason for the low quality of programs is not only on the script-writers, but also on the television companies. She said that television companies are able to cultivate talents on script writings, however, limitations on production time and costs usually hinder them to produce high-quality programs. She said that television companies and script-writers should be in close ranks to have enough support for producing high-quality programs.


She commented on the phenomenon that three companies are applying for the free-TV license by said that “One more player, always better.” She said that with more competition in the TV industry, the overall quality of TV programs can be raised. She said that the competition brought by new TV companies is able to stimulate the existing companies to produce higher quality programs.

Although the drama When Heaven Burns has become a popular topic, she criticized that free TV broadcasting companies should have a better arrangement on it. She said that dramas with controversial scenes such as homosexual and man-eater shouldn’t be broadcasted during prime time as they may not suitable to be watched by children. She took US as an example that dramas in these topics are broadcast in cable TVs only when free TV channels include mostly programs that are suitable for any age.

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