Likely end of Cable News a blow to independent, quality reporting in Hong Kong

Likely end of Cable News a blow to independent, quality reporting in Hong Kong

When they heard that trading in shares of i-Cable, a Hong Kong pay-TV and broadband internet service had been suspended at noon on Thursday, staff at i-Cable‚Äôs news department assumed they would soon receive news about the sale of the loss-making business. Instead what they learnt was that Wharf Holdings, which owns i-Cable, could not find a buyer and would not be extending a HK$400 […]

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Protecting children in the news

Protecting children in the news

As a journalist, a parent and a teacher, I was concerned and troubled by the handling of coverage of a protest at a Wong Tai Sin primary school this morning (23 May 2015) at which a pupil was photographed and recorded while crying and upset. As a journalist and a journalism teacher, I firmly believe it is the duty of journalists and news organisations to […]

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