Just like a Hollywood scene

Mak Chi-hang, 28, (left) and Mak Chi-shing, 27, leave court yesterday. Photo: Edward Wong

After being allegedly targeted by blackmailers not once but twice, the unfortunate film crew shooting Hollywood's latest Transformers movie in Hong Kong faces a new dilemma: the HKTV protest.

Friday, 25 October, 2013, 2:48am

TV licensing could be discussed again in wake of HKTV snub fury

Employees of HKTV gather outside Central Government Offices demanding an explanation for the rejection of HKTV's license application. Photo: Sam Tsang

One of the chief executive's closest aides believes the television licensing issue could be put before the Executive Council again, and said the government was monitoring the city's reaction to its decision to leave HKTV out of the picture.

25 Oct 2013 - 3:28pm 4 comments

Thousands protest to 'defend Hong Kong's core values' after failed HKTV licence bid

Thousands pack the government's headquarters to demand an explanation of the rejection of HKTV's licence application. Photo: Dickson Lee

Tens of thousands of protesters in black T-shirts marched to the government headquarters in Admiralty yesterday claiming that the decision to deny Hong Kong Television Networks (HKTV) a free-to-air TV licence was a threat to the city's core values.

21 Oct 2013 - 11:42am 43 comments