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June 1928 (radio) 1954 (gained independence from Government Information Services) 1976 (television) 2000 (online)[1] 12 January 2014 (Digital Television Network) 2 April 2016 (Launching Analog Television Network)

Former names

GOW (1928–1929) ZBW (1929–1948) Radio Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(1948–1976)

Official website

http://www.rthk.hk

RTHK

Broadcasting House, the former headquarters of the RTHK

Traditional Chinese 香港電台

Simplified Chinese 香港电台

Transcriptions

Standard Mandarin

Hanyu Pinyin Xiānggǎng Diàntái

Yue: Cantonese

Yale Romanization Hēung góng dihn tòih

IPA [hɛ́ːuŋ kɔ̌ːŋ tìːn tʰɔ̏ːi]

Jyutping Hoeng1 gong2 din6 toi4

Radio Television Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(RTHK; Chinese: 香港電台) is the public broadcasting service of Hong Kong. It currently operates seven radio channels and three television channels, and produces educational, entertainment, and public affairs programmes that are also broadcast on commercial television channels. Unlike some well-established public broadcasters such as the BBC
BBC
and NHK, which are primarily funded via a licence fee system, RTHK
RTHK
is directly funded by an annual government allocation, and operates as a department of the government (similar to the CBC) under the Communications Authority.

Contents

1 History 2 Radio

2.1 Radio programmes

3 Television

3.1 Television programmes

3.1.1 ETV

4 Controversies

4.1 Public concern over independence of RTHK 4.2 Misconduct

5 See also 6 References 7 External links

History[edit]

Hong Kong
Hong Kong
RTHK
RTHK
Radio live with Emma's Classical Music Radio Show

The Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Government launched its first radio broadcasting station, known as "GOW", in June 1928.[2] Several name changes occurred over the next few years, and it eventually became known as "Radio Hong Kong" (RHK) (Chinese: 香港廣播電台) in 1948.[2] In 1949, broadcasting operations were taken over by the Government Information Services (GIS), but by 1954, RHK had managed to establish itself as an independent department. Up until 1966, the radio station was only on-air for three periods during the day; at morning, lunchtime, and evening. This was partly due to many of the presenters being part-time freelancers who had to fit their radio appearances in with their normal daily working schedule. In 1969, the station's medium wave AM transmitting station was moved from a waterfront site in Hung Hom
Hung Hom
to the summit of Golden Hill in the New Territories. Although the new transmitters were much more powerful, the mountain-top site proved unsuitable for medium wave transmissions and reception in some areas has remained problematic ever since. In March 1969, RHK moved its headquarters to new purpose-built studios located at Broadcasting House (Chinese: 廣播大廈) in Kowloon Tong. A Public Affairs Television Unit was established in 1970 to produce TV programmes for required broadcast by independent channels. At that time, RTHK
RTHK
did not have its own television broadcast transmitters. In 1973, RTHK
RTHK
set up its own radio newsroom. Prior to this, all news had been prepared by Government Information Services staff. Until 1969, headlines were sent to the studios every half-hour by teleprinter from the GIS headquarters in Central District, while the three daily full bulletins were hand-delivered by a messenger. This arrangement became impractical following the move to the new studios in 1969, so initially a GIS newsroom was set up in Broadcasting House. This arrangement also proved unsatisfactory and RTHK's own journalists, who until then had been confined to producing magazine programmes, took over the entire news operation. In 1976, the station's name was changed to "Radio Television Hong Kong" (RTHK) to reflect its new involvement in television programme production. In the same year, it began to produce educational television programmes for schools after absorbing the previously independent Educational Television Unit. In 1986, RTHK
RTHK
headquarters moved across the road to the former Commercial Television studios, which were renamed Television House. The station's first News and Financial News channel, Radio 7, was established in November 1989. In December 1994, RTHK
RTHK
launched its website and made its television productions, as well as content from its seven radio channels, available online. The website provided live broadcasts as well as a twelve-month archive (with the exception of HKCEE and HKALE broadcasts in RTHK2 due to copyright issues with the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Examinations and Assessment Authority). The website, presented in English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese, initially offered free news via email three times per day, as well as online content. In 2013, RTHK
RTHK
trialled and launched a new television channel. To support this new television operation, the government administration increased the station's funding by between HK$300 million and HK$400 million a year.[3] In April 2016, RTHK
RTHK
took over the analog channel frequencies of Asia Television (ATV) the after the latter's free television license expired.[4][5] In March 2017, as the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
government decided to terminate DAB services in Hong Kong, RTHK
RTHK
said that it would integrate the existing DAB programmes into existing AM and FM radio channels. As the government claimed that RTHK
RTHK
should stop DAB service within six months, that means DAB service will be terminated no later than September 30, 2017.[6] With the termination of DAB+ in Hong Kong, RTHK
RTHK
has announced in August 2017 that the broadcaster's relay of BBC
BBC
World Service on Radio 6 would reduce to 8 hours a day and move to an overnight slot on Radio 4; Radio 6 would instead relay China National Radio's programme 14 which targets Hong Kong. CNR's programme 14 was previously heard on RTHK
RTHK
DAB 2 until DAB services in Hong Kong
Hong Kong
were shut down.[7][8] Radio[edit] RTHK
RTHK
operates twelve radio channels:

Channel name Modulation Frequency Primary language(s) Features

RTHK
RTHK
Radio 1 FM (MHz) 92.6 (Mt. Gough), 94.4 (Kowloon Peak), 93.2 (Cloudy Hill), 93.4 (Castle Peak), 93.6 (Lamma Island), 92.9 (Golden Hill), 93.5 (Beacon Hill) Cantonese News and current affairs, information, phone-in programmes, and general programmes

RTHK
RTHK
Radio 2 FM (MHz) 94.8 (Mt. Gough), 96.9 (Kowloon Peak), 95.3 (Cloudy Hill), 96.4 (Castle Peak), 96.0 (Lamma Island), 95.6 (Golden Hill), 96.3 (Beacon Hill) Cantonese
Cantonese
(primary) / Indonesian (additional programme) Programmes aimed at youth, entertainment and popular music (Cantopop)

RTHK
RTHK
Radio 3 AM FM (kHz) 567 (Golden Hill), 1584 (Chung Hum Kok) (MHz) 97.9 (Mt. Nicholson), 106.8 (Chung Hum Kok), 107.8 (Tseung Kwan O), 107.8 (Tin Shui Wai) English (primary) / Nepali and Urdu (additional programmes) News, popular music, information, romance, comedy, reality, sports and education programmes. Similar in genre to BBC
BBC
Radio 4

RTHK
RTHK
Radio 4 FM (MHz) 97.6 (Mt. Gough), 98.9 (Kowloon Peak), 97.8 (Cloudy Hill), 98.7 (Castle Peak), 98.2 (Lamma Island), 98.4 (Golden Hill), 98.1 (Beacon Hill) English (primary) / Cantonese
Cantonese
(secondary) Classical music and fine arts

RTHK
RTHK
Radio 5 AM FM (kHz) 783 (Golden Hill) (MHz) 92.3 (Tin Shui Wai), 99.4 (Tseung Kwan O), 106.8 (Castle Peak) Cantonese
Cantonese
(primary) / Mandarin (secondary) Programmes aimed at the elderly, cultural and education

RTHK
RTHK
Radio 6 AM (kHz) 675 (Peng Chau) Cantonese
Cantonese
and Mandarin 24-hour relay of 24-hour relay of China National Radio
China National Radio
for Hong Kong (formerly a relay of BBC
BBC
World Service)

RTHK
RTHK
Putonghua AM FM (kHz) 621 (Golden Hill) (MHz) 100.9 (Jardine's Lookout), 103.3 Tseung Kwan O, 103.3 (Tin Shui Wai) Mandarin (primary) / Cantonese
Cantonese
(secondary)

Radio programmes[edit]

RTHK
RTHK
Top 10 Gold Songs Awards

Television[edit] RTHK
RTHK
operates three television channels:

Channel (Digital) Channel name Notes Date founded

31 RTHK TV 31
RTHK TV 31
(31A for Analog viewers) A general channel offering diversified programmes on current affairs, education, information, culture and arts, and dramas. Broadcast 6:30AM–1:30AM (Monday to Sunday).

13 January 2014 (trial transmission) 2 April 2016 (analog launch)

32 RTHK
RTHK
TV 32 A live feed of Legislative Council meetings every Wednesday and other important press conferences. 13 January 2014 (trial transmission)

33 RTHK
RTHK
TV 33 (33A for Analog viewers) At launch, it was a simulcast channel of what is now CGTN Documentary. On 29 May 2017, it began relaying CCTV-1
CCTV-1
instead after a short filler. The channel generally relays the Mandarin generalist channel with minor variation. 13 January 2014 (trial transmission) 2 April 2016 (analog launch)

Television programmes[edit] RTHK
RTHK
primarily produces public affairs programmes such as Hong Kong Connection (鏗鏘集), A Week in Politics (議事論事), Media Watch (傳媒春秋), Pentaprism (五稜鏡), Access (奉告) and Police Report (警訊). These are broadcast by Hong Kong's three commercial television channels, TVB, ATV and Cable TV, in addition to RTHK's own television network. It has also produced TV dramas, including the classic Below the Lion Rock
Below the Lion Rock
(獅子山下). ETV[edit] RTHK
RTHK
and the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Education Bureau
Education Bureau
jointly produce Educational Television (ETV, 教育電視), a series of educational programmes for primary and secondary students – airing during non-peak hours on RTHK
RTHK
stations. ETV was first broadcast in 1971 for Primary 3 students and was extended to Primary 6 students in 1974. In 1978, it was extended to cover junior secondary (Form 1-Form 3) students. RTHK formerly broadcast these programmes on their stations during non-peak daytime hours, but now distributes them online instead. While school programmes covering the topics of English, Chinese, Mathematics and Mandarin Chinese
Mandarin Chinese
are provided to both primary and secondary students, Science and Humanities
Humanities
programmes are provided for secondary school students only and General Studies programmes are designed for primary students only. There has been confusion between ETV and the ETV division of RTHK. Besides school ETV programmes, the ETV division of RTHK
RTHK
produces public educational television programmes for general viewers, such as Road Back (鐵窗邊緣), Anti-Drug Special
Special
(毒海浮生), Sex Education (性本善), and Doctor and You (醫生與你). Controversies[edit] Public concern over independence of RTHK[edit] See also: RTHK
RTHK
Broadcasting Director Roy Tang Yun-kwong controversy As RTHK
RTHK
is a government-funded division, there was controversy in 2000 when then-chief-executive Tung Chee-Hwa admitted in a public statement that he hoped RTHK
RTHK
would help in sending out the government's messages. Even though this dealt a blow to RTHK's credibility, it has managed to retain its image as an independent news organisation reporting purely in the public's interest. On the other hand, there has been local argument whether RTHK
RTHK
should be incorporated. Proponents of the idea argued for RTHK
RTHK
to become an independent corporation, separate from the government, so that it could achieve more flexibility and cost-efficiency in its operation. The ultimate concern is whether RTHK
RTHK
has enough editorial independence for a public broadcaster. One of the examples was the suspected intervention in RTHK's press freedom in July 1999. After inviting Cheng An-kuo (鄭安國), the highest representative of the "Taiwanese authority" in Hong Kong, to discuss the issue of the separation of China and Taiwan and Lee Teng-hui's "Two States Theory", RTHK
RTHK
was condemned by Chinese nationalists. In October that year, the Head of Radio Broadcasting, Cheung Man Yee (張敏儀), was transferred to Japan as the Principal Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Economic and Trade Representative in Tokyo for no obvious reason. However, there are cases where RTHK's editorial independence has been fully exemplified. There was one episode in Letter to Hong Kong (香港家書) (a programme in which important government officials read letters on Hong Kong
Hong Kong
matters on air to the public) was rescheduled for another more timely and newsworthy one. The switch had been made possible by a prompt editorial decision. Another case was a recent survey of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
media conducted by the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
School of Journalism and Communication, which placed RTHK
RTHK
in first place amongst electronic media in terms of credibility. RTHK
RTHK
achieved second place overall when all the local newspapers and magazines were included.[9] Misconduct[edit] In 2002, a former Chief Programme Officer was convicted of misconduct in public office. The charges related to approving salary increases for one RTHK
RTHK
employee without complying with procedures. On 8 June 2006, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
arrested four people on corruption-related charges, including a deputy head of RTHK
RTHK
2 and a disc jockey, who were arrested for committing scams totalling about HK$70,000 from 1995 to 2001. They were alleged to have conspired and sold scripts for various programmes that they did not write. Another former disc jockey and her mother were alleged to have aided the conspiracy by using their bank accounts by receiving payments from the radio station. All four were arrested and were released on bail.[10] RTHK
RTHK
was also criticised by the Audit Commission of the Hong Kong Government for its problems on complying with regulations on staff management. The report especially highlighted the misuse of public funds by the RTHK
RTHK
staff on entertainment expenses, overtime claims and the outsourcing of services.[11] In July 2007, the head of RTHK
RTHK
and Director of Broadcasting was accidentally spotted by a group of journalists in Causeway Bay along with an unidentified female. The journalists were actually waiting for singer Kenny Bee, who was in a nearby restaurant. On seeing the gathered journalists, Chu ducked behind his companion. Photos became the main page headlines in some of the major Hong Kong
Hong Kong
newspapers the following day. Chu, who was one year due to his official retirement from the government, subsequently decided to seek early retirement in the aftermath.[12] See also[edit]

Media in Hong Kong List of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
companies Government departments and agencies in Hong Kong Cho Man Kit v Broadcasting Authority

References[edit]

^ History of RTHK ^ a b "經典重溫頻道 CLASSICS CHANNEL --- 細說歷史 History". www.rthk.org.hk. Retrieved 2016-06-06.  ^ Siu Sai Wo (26 July 2013). " RTHK
RTHK
focuses on new channel". The Standard. Archived from the original on 14 July 2014.  ^ " Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Government Strips ATV of Broadcast License". Variety. Retrieved 18 March 2016.  ^ " RTHK
RTHK
invited to provide analog TV service". China Daily. Retrieved 18 March 2016.  ^ Statement of Radio Television Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(RTHK) on the termination of Digital Audio Broadcasting services, RTHK, 28 March 2017 ^ National Radio to replace RTHK's BBC
BBC
relay, RTHK, 11 August 2017 ^ Radio silence: 24-hour broadcast of BBC
BBC
World Service dropped in Hong Kong, The Guardian, 13 August 2017 ^ "傳媒透視". www.rthk.org.hk. Retrieved 2016-06-06.  ^ Albert Wong and Mimi Lau, Four held on RTHK
RTHK
script con Archived 28 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine., The Standard, 8 June 2006 ^ Leslie Kwoh, Lawmakers chide RTHK
RTHK
managers Archived 31 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine., The Standard, 13 July 2006 ^ Una So and Diana Lee, RTHK
RTHK
chief quits amid media frenzy Archived 30 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine., The Standard, 10 July 2007

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Hong Kong
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RTHK
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RTHK
RTHK
Radio 1(Cantonese) RTHK
RTHK
Radio 2(Cantonese) RTHK
RTHK
Radio 3(English) RTHK
RTHK
Radio 4(Cantonese/English Bilingual) RTHK
RTHK
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RTHK
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RTHK
PTH(Mandarin) Thunder 881(Cantonese) Ultimate 903Cantonese) Quote-864(English) Metro Info(Cantonese) Metro Finance(Cantonese) Metro Plus(English)

Digital DAB+

RTHK
RTHK
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RTHK
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RTHK
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RTHK
DAB 34 ( BBC
BBC
World Service)(English) RTHK
RTHK
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RTHK
RTHK
Radio 7(Cantonese/English Bilingual)(1989-1997)

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