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Broadcasting: Then and Now

2019-05-30

Broadcasting: Then and Now

2019-05-30
Hong Kong’s broadcasting industry has a history of 90 years. Today, a batch of new media has emerged in the industry. They have grown and flourished though competition is vigorous.

Yet, broadcasting media had still gone through its glorious days in the 1970s. The Broadcast Drive, which is located in Kowloon Tong, can be regarded as the cradle for nurturing broadcasting talents. One prominent example is veteran media practitioner CHEUNG Man-sun.

With the company of several artistes and celebrities of the industry, including singer Priscilla CHAN, Director of Broadcasting LEUNG Ka-wing, as well as seasoned media workers CHEONG Shin-keong, Brian CHOW and Alex LEE, CHEUNG reminisces the way he has been through, and tells thoroughly the changes thereon, and at the same time looks forward to the new directions in the future.

Hong Kong Stories - Light and sound

The development and progress of the Hong Kong society are closely related to the broadcasting media. The ubiquitous media has made itself a crucial part of our social life. How many twists and turns are there in the 90 years of broadcasting in Hong Kong? New changes have led to the emergence of new media and created a new situation in the broadcasting industry. In the 10 episodes of Hong Kong Stories, 10 stories in the broadcast industry and new media will be told, and we shall bear witness to the era and look for inspirations for the new direction.
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