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Government trys to explain decision on free TV licences
HK Government, 5-Nov-2013
ExCo Secretariat statement on free TV
HK Government, 5-Nov-2013
It is unclear whom the Secretariat actually is, or speaks for - did ExCo authorise this statement? The Secretariat "disagrees" to the disclosure of the Cosultant's reports (plural) on the "competition implications of new entrants the local free TV market". So there is no specific agreement or undertaking preventing HKTV from publishing them. They should go ahead and do so. The Secretariat regards this as "partial and selective", so it should disclose the rest. Besides, competition implications should have been irrelevant to a decision - viability is for the free market to decide.
Webb on "Backchat" re free TV and mobile phone spectrum
RTHK, 16-Oct-2013
SCED's opening remarks on new free TV licences
HK Government, 15-Oct-2013
Chief Executive in Council approves in principle two applications for free TV licences
HK Government, 15-Oct-2013
LegCo Question: why are those TV licenses taking so long?
HK Government, 7-Nov-2012
"The CE in Council is now processing the recommendations in a prudent manner. The outcome will be announced as soon as possible after a decision is made by the CE in Council."
Legco Question: why are those TV licences taking so long?
HK Government, 17-Oct-2012
"The Administration is now processing the applications in a prudent manner and will announce the outcome as soon as possible after a decision is made by the CE in Council."
TV licensing in HK: what a mess
HK Government, 11-Jan-2012
Unlike cellphone networks, TV stations don't have to bid for their radio spectrum, and can squat on it with only cursory reviews. The Chief Executive of HK decides who should be allowed to broadcast. Let the market decide instead.

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