TVB could be in breach of telecoms laws if it refuses to lease transmission stations to Hong Kong Television Network for its mobile TV broadcasts, the Communications Authority has warned.Monday, 17 February, 2014, 8:22am
It should come as no surprise that Jenny Ng Pui-ying, the consultant who said the government had misquoted her company's assessment of the TV market during the row over free-to-air licences last year, has finally done the honourable thing and quit her job.11 Feb 2014 - 5:03pm 9 comments
Did the Heritage Foundation ever send its experts into the streets of Hong Kong to meet ordinary people and ask them how free the city's economy has become in recent years?20 Jan 2014 - 9:17am 3 comments
China Mobile has launched an investigation into its Hong Kong subsidiary's mobile television deal with Ricky Wong Wai-kay's Hong Kong Television Network, saying it might violate mainland rules.6 Jan 2014 - 11:12am 8 comments
Hong Kong Television Network chief Ricky Wong Wai-kay has dominated RTHK's Icon of the Year poll, claiming three prizes as he continues his fight for a free-to-air television licence.
A total of 21,071 votes were cast online for eight categories in the annual survey organised by RTHK Radio 2 earlier this month.30 Dec 2013 - 11:23pm 1 comment
Business and politics are inevitably intertwined. But is this the case with Ricky Wong Wai-kei and his dramatic bid for a licence to fulfil his TV dream?30 Dec 2013 - 6:37am 1 comment
Hong Kong Television Network chairman Ricky Wong Wai-kay says the company will press ahead with its broadcasting plans, despite the rejection of its bid for a free-to-air licence, by launching TV services that can be viewed through the internet from July 1.21 Dec 2013 - 7:31am 5 comments
Let's not misuse our right to freedom of expression to protest against or attack others purely for self-interest; we need to think of the people's interest first. Clearly, the dispute between TVB and Next Media is not about "freedom of the press" or "freedom of expression". It is merely a company's decision against an unfriendly rival that is threatening its business.4 Dec 2013 - 5:15am 10 comments
The row over free-television licences continued yesterday as the commerce minister rejected a consultancy's allegations that the government misquoted its report to justify rejecting Hong Kong Television Network's (HKTV) application.
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Greg So Kam-leung said the administration regretted the claims made by Value Partners two weeks ago.3 Dec 2013 - 9:00am 5 comments
In his letter ("No need for HKTV to hire 500 staff before licences were awarded", November 14), Tony Harding writes that, "when HKTV applied for a licence it knew the process, and so did Legco".22 Nov 2013 - 2:16am 1 comment