RTHK’s accrued expenses have increased by 117 per cent over the past nine years. Photo: Dickson Lee

Advisers to public broadcaster RTHK write to Hong Kong government to seek more cash and condemn job cuts

  • Panel members find it unfair that the station suffered job cuts amid increased workload during protests, when police claimed HK$950 million in overtime pay
  • Both police and the broadcaster serve the public and therefore should not be treated differently by the government, the advisers appeal in a letter
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
RTHK’s accrued expenses have increased by 117 per cent over the past nine years. Photo: Dickson Lee
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