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Kuo: Innovation is vital to the future of HK media industry.

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By Chan Yiu             4th May 2017
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By Chan Yiu                       4th May 2017
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Innovation is the key to the future development of media in Hong Kong, said an experienced media practitioner.
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Innovation is an important element to the future development of media in Hong Kong, said an experienced media practitioner.
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Peter Kuo, a senior adviser of SeaBay Capital, said the use of technology in Mainland and Korea was ahead of Hong Kong for more than 5 years. “In China, VR technology is commonly used in news reporting, but HK media did not make good use of Big Data,” he said.  
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Peter Kuo, a senior adviser of SeaBay Capital, said the use of technology in Mainland and Korea was ahead of Hong Kong in these five years. “In China, VR technology is commonly used in news reporting, but HK media did not make good use of it” he said.  
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Referring to the issue of mainland investors offered financial support to i-Cable, Kuo said local media should be open-minded and accept investment from mainland, as it could help HK media to enlarge its market and capital, which could bring benefits to the whole industry.
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Referring to the issue of mainland investors offered financial support to i-Cable, Kuo said local media should be open-minded and accept investments from mainland, as it could help HK media to enlarge its market and capital, which could bring benefits to the whole industry.
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--[[使用者:145136|145136]] 2017年5月6日 (六) 01:55 (CST)

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By Chan Yiu 4th May 2017


Innovation is an important element to the future development of media in Hong Kong, said an experienced media practitioner.


Peter Kuo, a senior adviser of SeaBay Capital, said the use of technology in Mainland and Korea was ahead of Hong Kong in these five years. “In China, VR technology is commonly used in news reporting, but HK media did not make good use of it” he said.


“Leaders in Hong Kong media organizations should learn from teenagers as they have creative ideas on the use of technology,” Kuo added.


Referring to the issue of mainland investors offered financial support to i-Cable, Kuo said local media should be open-minded and accept investments from mainland, as it could help HK media to enlarge its market and capital, which could bring benefits to the whole industry.


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