It is terrible, but I think we have to realise the English (only) market in Hong Kong is small. Of those, there are fewer who would tune into tv news every day. The majority probably just find their English language news online.
Just for reference.
Here's how TVB does it on their main local channel:
https://twitter.com/Woppa1Woppa/stat...23168595136512A look at how #TVB produces fake news and conveniently omitted the real story to make their ear biting Chinese nationalist look like the victim
TVB Pearl News refuses to mention that Rocky Tuan was tear gassed while trying to negotiate with police yesterday...
You can say there actually has been a step decline in the quality of TVB productions. With little on air competition, there is little incentive to improve. Many HK people turned to online shows now.
Last edited by Coolboy; 24-11-2019 at 05:03 PM.
And more hardship for HK’s most hated broadcaster
Any other news organisation would NOT blame protests for a decline in business given they live on news. Pretty much shows that they’ve lost a lot of viewers.
Last edited by MatthieuTofu; 16-12-2019 at 05:59 PM.