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Joe Wong Chi-cho: It is difficult to control on-line media

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On-line media is not allowed to enter Central Government Offices and Revenue Tower, which deterred media for reporting. Joe Wong Chi-cho, the director of Information Services, said that it is difficult to control.

Wong said, It is difficult to allow all people enter and have interview. The definition of on-line media is ambiguous as people who have camera can called themselves on-line media. He said government would try their best to open to more media.

Wong said, government would put traditional media at the first priority to interview first. These year, student’s media are allowed to interview in some big government events.

By 145092 Lai, Wai Shan--145092 2017年2月14日 (二) 17:33 (CST)


Comment:

Head of the government’s publicity arm refused to commit allowing publications run by journalism students to cover the vote counting of the mayor election next month. Joe Wong Chi-cho, director of Information Services, promoted the administration’s outreach initiatives to journalism students of Shue Yan University in its weekly general assembly. Wong defended the decision on blocking new media from covering government press conferences and major events on the ground that the size of the venues does not permit the administration to do so. He cited the recent decision which grants access to journalism publications as example of respecting press freedom. However, when asked whether student publications would have to access to the voting counting of Chief Executive election on March 26, Wong said, “We need to discuss with the Election Commission.”


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