James Murdoch, embattled son of media mogul Rupert, will speak in Hong Kong next month at what has been termed a question-and-answer session - but it is uncertain whether he will be taking any tough questions like those he fielded from British politicians last month.Thursday, 11 August, 2011, 12:00am
James Murdoch, embattled son of media mogul Rupert, will speak in Hong Kong next month at what has been termed a question-and-answer session - but it is uncertain whether he will be taking any tough questions like those he fielded from British politicians last month.11 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
I refer to the possible legal action against five suppliers of satellite television here in Hong Kong.29 Oct 2002 - 12:00am
The big surprise about the launch of new news programmes on Star TV is that it did not happen earlier. It is extraordinary that until recently a pan-Asian satellite service owned by the world's most powerful news mogul did not include news and analysis as a major part of its programming.24 Jan 2000 - 12:00am
We refer to the letter from Cecilia Ng, 'Star TV neglecting viewers' (South China Morning Post, January 13).19 Jan 2000 - 12:00am
I am writing about the implementation of the digital TV network service by Star TV and the effect it has on its viewers.13 Jan 2000 - 12:00am
The Star TV coverage of the recent US Open was not up to expectations because of the inadequate Mandarin commentary.
The Mandarin commentators, on the whole, merely gave the scores of the matches in progress and had little insight into the game. I am bilingual and I feel that in this instance, English-language commentary would have been better.21 Sep 1999 - 12:00am
Why is there so much correspondence on the problems of installing Star TV's digital service? I am astonished by Star TV's poor standards - the continual diet of poor-quality programmes, endlessly repeated trailers inserted randomly into programmes and the frightening level of violence.23 Jun 1999 - 12:00am
Last-ditch efforts are being made by the Hong Kong Cricket Association (HKCA) to get STAR TV to show the World Cup, which begins tomorrow with hosts England taking on defending champions Sri Lanka at Lord's.
The HKCA has been encouraged by hundreds of letters and e-mails from cricket fans angry at the refusal by STAR TV to broadcast the World Cup live to Hong Kong.13 May 1999 - 12:00am