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    Robust Volume

    by kohsuke538 Nov 5, 2014 11:29 AM
    wk91766 wk91766 Nov 6, 2014 10:23 AM Flag

    It should be trading around $12.40 based upon 1137 closing 4.76.

  • Nov 4, 2014

    HKTV (01137.HK) +0.400 (+11.331%) issued a statement in relation to increasing share price and trade volume. The company has recently entered into arrangements with third parties for the distribution of its Cantonese dramas and infotainment and variety programmes. The company will continue to explore different options to develop its multimedia production and distribution and other multimedia related business, ranging from the development of its TV shopping to Internet online shopping platforms.

    It looks alike another 11% up tomorrow with HKTV stock price. Hopefully I can get back to break even point.

  • wk91766 wk91766 Oct 8, 2014 10:53 PM Flag

    More info......

    HKTV to Premiere Dramas Online During TVB Anniversary Month

    Ricky Wong (王維基) announced that he will be launching a mobile and online television service for HKTV in November, during TVB Anniversary month.

    HKTV, which had failed to obtain a free-to-air television license from the Hong Kong government, will broadcast programs via the OTT (Over-the-Top) format online. The programs, which include variety shows and dramas, will be available for Hong Kong audiences through Smart TV, computers, and HKTV’s mobile app. It is expected that audiences for HKTV will reach at least 500,000 people in Hong Kong.

    An official date for the service’s launching has not been revealed yet, but it is rumored that Ricky Wong plans to unveil the service on November 19, the day of TVB’s Anniversary. An HKTV representative said, “We will announce the launch date when it is the right time.”

    In addition, HKTV will start a public poll for netizens to choose the station’s debut drama. HKTV has already completed filming series such as Police Boundaries starring Liu Kai Chi (廖啟智); Choose Your Battle starring Angelica Lee (李心潔); and Flow of the Years starring Felix Wong (黃日華).

    Artistes Comment on HKTV’s Launch

    Felix Wong’s daughter, Adrian Wong (黃芷晴), expressed, “That’s good! I filmed some variety shows before and I’m very excited myself. It’s been two years already! If our productions can be released in November, then I will be able to show everyone my performances. I’ve filmed three dramas, and one was Brain Detective , which was with my father. I also filmed My Mother is a Black Rose with Kara Hui (惠英紅) and another series called Final Days +5 . Of course, I’m most looking forward to the drama I filmed with my father!”

    Leung Kin Ping (梁健平) expressed his excitement and said, “Of course, I’m thrilled to hear this! We all hope that our productions will be broadcasted for the public to enjoy. We’ve been waiting for so long!”

    Zoey Sham

    Sentiment: Hold

  • HKTV to launch free TV programs next month

    After suffering a series of setbacks, Hong Kong Television Network Ltd. (HKTV) (01137.HK) will finally start airing free television programs with an over-the-top platform next month.

    By mid-November, the public can watch programs via terminals that can be connected to the internet, such as a smartphone or a Xiaomi TV box, chairman Ricky Wong Wai-kay told Apple Daily. Many Japanese and Korean smart TV brands will also be preloaded with the HKTV app to allow the TV set owners to watch the programs.

    HKTV will air two hours of drama, 30 minutes of variety shows and four hours of overseas drama every day at the initial stage, Wong said. It also plans to launch an online shopping channel.

    He said the plan is to air less than 10 hours of TV content every day, and drama shows will be broadcast as early as 6 a.m. to break people’s habit of watching them at night.

    The target audience is between 18 and 45 years old, Wong said, adding that he hopes people can watch the drama shows while they are working.

    HKTV’s application for a free-to-air license was rejected by the government last October, and its mobile plan has been delayed because of a dispute over transmission standards.

    The company has started marketing its TV programs to hundreds of advertisers last month, with rates comparable with those of industry leader Television Broadcasts Ltd. (TVB) (00511.HK).

    Advertising fees for Police Boundaries, a police drama series, cost HK$588,000 (US$75,804) for every 15 seconds without any discount.

    Fees for the most expensive drama series cost HK$738,000 for every 15 seconds, while rates for a comparable show on TVB cost more than a million dollars for every 30 seconds at peak time slots.

    KK Tsang, a veteran in the advertising industry, said HKTV advertising fees appear expensive, but the most important thing is the viewership. If a lot of people watch the programs, then the rates are reasonable, he added.

    Wong said he expects HKT

    Sentiment: Hold

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