Public broadcaster RTHK has repeatedly found itself in the crossfire of Hong Kong’s political wrangling since the 2019 protests. Photo: SCMP
Public broadcaster RTHK has repeatedly found itself in the crossfire of Hong Kong’s political wrangling since the 2019 protests. Photo: SCMP

Hong Kong public broadcaster RTHK does not have the right to freedom of expression, High Court rules

  • Court also finds fault with communications watchdog warning station over its portrayal of police in Headliner, a satirical TV programme
  • Episode at centre of judicial review implied police hoarded masks during Covid-19 crisis, parodied officers

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Public broadcaster RTHK has repeatedly found itself in the crossfire of Hong Kong’s political wrangling since the 2019 protests. Photo: SCMP
Public broadcaster RTHK has repeatedly found itself in the crossfire of Hong Kong’s political wrangling since the 2019 protests. Photo: SCMP
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