Faults found over news reports
The Broadcasting Authority dealt with 166 complaints last month, related to 95 programmes or advertisements on television or radio. It found two complaints constituted minor breaches. In one, a TV news report provided inaccurate headlines. In the other, a news programme was found to be at fault for failing to provide subtitles when necessary. Some 140 complaints were unproven and 24 could not be pursued under the authority's ordinance.