Kenneth Fok (left) and retired cycling star Wong Kam-po urge the government to buy the TV rights for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Chan Kin-waKenneth Fok (left) and retired cycling star Wong Kam-po urge the government to buy the TV rights for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Kenneth Fok (left) and retired cycling star Wong Kam-po urge the government to buy the TV rights for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Chan Kin-wa

Tokyo 2020: Hong Kong Olympic chief urges government to step in and buy astronomical TV rights

  • IOC agent asks for US$70 million (HK$540 million) for Tokyo and Paris Games broadcasting rights which no TV station can afford
  • Hong Kong fans face the prospect of missing their heroes in Tokyo, including medal favourite Sarah Lee
Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Kenneth Fok (left) and retired cycling star Wong Kam-po urge the government to buy the TV rights for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Chan Kin-waKenneth Fok (left) and retired cycling star Wong Kam-po urge the government to buy the TV rights for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Kenneth Fok (left) and retired cycling star Wong Kam-po urge the government to buy the TV rights for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
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