Friday, August 1, 2014   

HKTV files judicial review
(04-11 18:02)

Hong Kong Television Network (1137) has filed an application for judicial review against OFCA's interpretation of the Broadcasting Ordinance.
Chairman Ricky Wong Wai-kay said in a statement that his firm still hopes to operate its mobile television services within the parameters set by OFCA, and it is exploring with OFCA about the technical feasibility of adopting an alternative transmission standard.
HKTV said it will streamline the scale of its workforce to match the business needs under the current circumstances, which will affect about 207 staff members, who are mainly from the television content production team.   
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