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HONGKONG/
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October 20, 2013
Protesters rallied to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rallied to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Protesters rallied to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television, outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 20, 2013. Hong Kong Television announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement.

REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST)
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