Panel on Information Technology and Broadcasting

Meeting on
Monday, 8 May 2006, at 2:30 pm
in Conference Room A of the Legislative Council Building

Revised agenda

I.Confirmation of minutes and matters arising

LC Paper No. CB(1)1382/05-06
(issued on 4 May 2006)

-Minutes of meeting held on 17 March 2006

II.Papers issued since last meeting


III.Date and items for discussion for next meeting
(2:30 pm - 2:35 pm)

LC Paper No. CB(1)1380/05-06(01)
(issued on 3 May 2006)

-List of outstanding items for discussion

LC Paper No. CB(1)1380/05-06(02)
(issued on 3 May 2006)

-List of follow-up actions

*IV.Proposed extension of a supernumerary directorate post of the Secretary to the Committee on Review of Public Service Broadcasting
(2:35 pm - 3:00 pm)

LC Paper No. CB(1)1380/05-06(03)
(issued on 2 May 2006)

-Information paper provided by Administration

V.Report on the Cyberport Project (2005)
(3:00 pm - 3:40 pm)

LC Paper No. CB(1)1380/05-06(04)
(issued on 28 April 2006)

-Information paper provided by Administration

LC Paper No. CB(1)1381/05-06
(English version issued on 3 May 2006, Chinese version issued on 4 May 2006 vide LC Paper No. CB(1)1422/05-06

-Background brief on Cyberport prepared by the Secretariat

VI.Progress report on promoting the development of the digital entertainment industry in Hong Kong - strategy and measures
(3:40 pm - 4:15 pm)

LC Paper No. CB(1)1380/05-06(05)
(issued on 28 April 2006)

-Information paper provided by Administration

VII.Observations and findings of the Panel's delegation which visited Canada, United States and United Kingdom in April 2006 to study public service broadcasting
(4:15 pm - 4:30 pm)

LC Paper No. CB(1)1422/05-06(01)
(issued on 4 May 2006)

-Proposed workplan to study on the development of public service broadcasting in Hong Kong prepared by the Secretariat

LC Paper No. CB(1)1393/05-06
(English version issued on 28 April 2006, Chinese version issued on 2 May 2006 vide LC Paper No. CB(1)1395/05-06)

-The Delegation's Report on the Overseas Duty Visit to Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom for the Panel's Study on the Development of Public Service Broadcasting in Hong Kong

VIII.Any other business

* All other Hon Members of Legislative Council are invited to take part in the discussion of item IV which relates to a staffing proposal.

Council Business Division 1
Legislative Council Secretariat
4 May 2006