The soap opera at beleaguered ATV took a new twist yesterday when former acting chief executive Kenneth Kwok Wai-kin revealed he had been pushed. Mr Kwok, who resigned suddenly on Tuesday citing 'personal reasons', said yesterday the board had decided main shareholder Feng Xiaoping, a developer with little broadcasting experience, should take over. Mr Kwok said the station had stemmed losses from the first-half of the year to break even in July-October. Promoted to the position after chairman Lim Por-yen, 83, was arrested on corruption charges in Taiwan, Mr Kwok said he had told the new management he would stand aside whenever they had found the 'right person'. American entrepreneur Bruno Wu Ching and a consortium of well-connected mainland and local businessmen bought out part of Mr Lim's stake in May for an undisclosed sum to take control of the broadcaster. Mr Feng denied he had secured the job by injecting money into the station. 'It's nothing to do with scrambling for power. It's the decision made by the board of directors,' he said. Mr Lim, speaking from Taipei, supported the reshuffle but denied he was behind it.