The Hong Kong Broadcasting Scene - 11 Compliance with Regulatory Requirements

picture 11.1  Positive Programme Requirements11.2  Attainment of Milestones by Domestic Pay TV Licensees
11.3  New Investors in Galaxy
14 Hong Kong as a Stepping Stone into the Mainland Market13 Other Licensable Television Programme Services12 Hong Kong as a Regional Broadcasting Hub11 Compliance with Regulatory Requirements10 Advertising Modes9 Programmes for Minority Ethnic Groups in Hong Kong8 Programme Genres7 Programme Sources6 Investment in TV Industry5 Broadcasting revenues4 Penetration of Different Broadcasting Services3 Transmission Modes2 The Broadcasting Landscape1 History

11.2 Attainment of Milestones by Domestic Pay TV Licensees

Within the year, Galaxy achieved six milestones stipulated in its domestic pay television programme service licence and performance bond by providing not fewer than 40 television programme service channels in its service, passing its service to not fewer than 1,200,000 premises and incurring not less than $180 million as cumulative capital expenditure for the provision of its service by the specified deadlines.

PCCW Media also met the last milestone within the year by incurring a cumulative capital expenditure of not less than $42 million for providing its television programme service.