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Digital Broadcasting Corporation is Hong Kong’s first digital radio broadcaster which fully operated in May 2012. On August 3, 2012, company’s chairman and major shareholder Beijing-loyalist Wong Cho-bau announced he would withhold an investment of HK50 million, ultimately lead to the stop of official programme. Station’s co-founder and host Albert Cheng Kong-hon claims DBC’s troubles are result of suppression of freedom of speech.
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The embattled Digital Broadcasting Corporation must answer to the communications watchdog after stopping scheduled broadcasts and playing non-stop music on all its stations from Sunday night.
DBC ceased to broadcast original programming last night despite a huge crowd that turned out to protest over allegations of political interference at the troubled radio station.
A leaked tape seen as proof that troubled radio station DBC was a victim of political interference from Beijing has sparked renewed controversy over the broadcaster's future.
Activists and hosts of the city's first digital radio broadcaster began a three day sit-in yesterday in front of the government headquarters.
DBC Radio hosts staged a sit-in outside government headquarters on Friday, claiming that the radio station's closure in the wake of a funding row was “politically motivated."
DBC Radio's special week-long broadcast, initiated by its former hosts and staff after its official closure last week, might come to an end sooner than expected following an application to the...
The High Court yesterday granted an application by Digital Broadcasting Corporation's major shareholder, Bill Wong Cho-bau, to appoint two accountants to take over the radio station.
The broadcasting watchdog said troubled Digital Broadcasting Corporation may have breached its licensing conditions for failing to broadcast its seven channels 24 hours a day.
Troubled digital radio broadcaster Digital Broadcasting Corporation will stop airing programmes on Wednesday night as it is no longer financially viable.
The Digital Broadcasting Corporation will today begin a 100-hour countdown to closure - unless shareholders agree a last-ditch deal for a change of ownership