TVB group chief executive Mark Lee Po-on announces plans for myTV Super, a paid over-the-top platform targeting local audiences, in March 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang TVB group chief executive Mark Lee Po-on announces plans for myTV Super, a paid over-the-top platform targeting local audiences, in March 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
TVB group chief executive Mark Lee Po-on announces plans for myTV Super, a paid over-the-top platform targeting local audiences, in March 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
Helen So
Opinion

Opinion

Helen So and Yolanda Lam

Hong Kong remains disconnected from a digital lifestyle befitting a modern city

  • A long overdue move to liberalise the city’s archaic broadcasting rules must be only the first step towards encouraging industry players to invest and innovate
  • Hong Kong needs an ecosystem that fully supports a digital lifestyle, where people can seamlessly socialise, shop and be entertained

TVB group chief executive Mark Lee Po-on announces plans for myTV Super, a paid over-the-top platform targeting local audiences, in March 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang TVB group chief executive Mark Lee Po-on announces plans for myTV Super, a paid over-the-top platform targeting local audiences, in March 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
TVB group chief executive Mark Lee Po-on announces plans for myTV Super, a paid over-the-top platform targeting local audiences, in March 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
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