The government’s non-interventionist approach means broadcasters are left on their own to keep up with changing trends and technologies. Photo: Dickson Lee The government’s non-interventionist approach means broadcasters are left on their own to keep up with changing trends and technologies. Photo: Dickson Lee
The government’s non-interventionist approach means broadcasters are left on their own to keep up with changing trends and technologies. Photo: Dickson Lee
Regulation

Easing controls on Hong Kong media is welcome start for all parties

As the government has sensibly decided to leave online outlets alone, it is only fair that the traditional industry should be liberalised

Topic |   Regulation
The government’s non-interventionist approach means broadcasters are left on their own to keep up with changing trends and technologies. Photo: Dickson Lee The government’s non-interventionist approach means broadcasters are left on their own to keep up with changing trends and technologies. Photo: Dickson Lee
The government’s non-interventionist approach means broadcasters are left on their own to keep up with changing trends and technologies. Photo: Dickson Lee
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