The Hong Kong Broadcasting Scene - 7 Programme Sources

picture 7.1  Domestic Free Television Programme Service
7.2  Domestic Pay Television Programme Service 7.3  Sound Broadcasting
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

7.3 Sound Broadcasting

Most of the programmes provided by sound broadcasters were station-produced. Metro continued its co-production of programmes with Radio Guangdong of the Mainland and the number of such co-produced programmes increased from 2 in 2004 to 5 in 2005. The co-productions included financial programmes which were simulcast on Metro Finance and Radio Guangdong Stock Market, and entertainment programmes which were simulcast on Metro Showbiz and Radio Guangdong Voice of the City. RTHK relayed BBC World Service on Radio 6.