Asia Television

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Asia Television Limited (, also known as ATV) is a digital media and broadcasting company in Hong Kong.wikipedia
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ATV World

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ATV operated two main over-the-air channels: the Cantonese-language ATV Home, and ATV World. ATV operated six channels: the 24-hour ATV Home channel in Cantonese; the 24-hour ATV World channel in English; the 24-hour Cantonese satellite channel ATV Overseas, which was accessible in North America via satellite, and three digital DMB-T/H channels: ATV Asia, a 24-hour high-definition channel; CCTV-1, the general channel of China Central Television, China.
It is owned and operated by Asia Television, and was broadcast from the ATV Enterprises Office at 25–37 Dai Shing Street in Tai Po Industrial Estate in Tai Po, which is in the Tai Po District, in the North East region of Hong Kong's New Territories.

ATV Home

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ATV operated two main over-the-air channels: the Cantonese-language ATV Home, and ATV World. ATV operated six channels: the 24-hour ATV Home channel in Cantonese; the 24-hour ATV World channel in English; the 24-hour Cantonese satellite channel ATV Overseas, which was accessible in North America via satellite, and three digital DMB-T/H channels: ATV Asia, a 24-hour high-definition channel; CCTV-1, the general channel of China Central Television, China.
ATV Home was a free-to-air Cantonese television channel in Hong Kong, owned and operated by Asia Television.

Rediffusion Television

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Established as the first television service in Hong Kong as Rediffusion Television on 29 May 1957, it shifted to terrestrial television on 30 November 1973, and was renamed Asia Television on 24 September 1982.
It began as a radio station in 1949 and became Asia Television on 24 September 1982.

Lim Por-yen

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One year later, Asia Television Limited, the Lim family (led by Lim Por-yen), and the New World Group each owned one-third of the shares.
He founded the Lai Sun Group, and his family was the biggest shareholder of Asia Television.

Selina Chow

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The Administrative Director was Selina Chow.
She went on to executive roles at all three of Hong Kong's major television broadcasting companies: TVB from 1967 to 1977, general manager of Commercial Television (CTV) from 1977 to 1978 and chief executive of Asia Television (ATV) from 1988 to 1991.

Deacon Chiu

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At that time, the members of board of directors included Deacon Chiu, Lim Por-yen, Fang Li and Cheng Yu-tung.
He was the founder of the Far East Bank and Far East Consortium as well as the former chairman of the Asia Television Limited (ATV).

Chan Wing-kee

In November 2002, Lai Sun Development, which was heavily indebted following the HK$7 billion acquisition of the Furama Hotel at the height of the property bubble in 1997, announced that it would sell its 32.75% stake to the company's chief executive, Chan Wing-kee, for HK$360 million in cash.
He had also been Hong Kong deputy of the National People's Congress and chairman of the Asia Television Limited.

TVB

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Rediffusion (later ATV) and TVB (launched on 19 November 1967) have since formed a duopoly in free-to-air terrestrial TV broadcasting in Hong Kong for more than 40 years.
When TVB first began broadcasting it was commonly known and promoted as "Wireless Television" (無綫電視 Cantonese: mou4 sin3 din6 si6) in Chinese to distinguish it from the then cable television broadcaster, Rediffusion Television, which later became ATV.

Linus Cheung

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In December 2008, City Telecom chairman Ricky Wong Wai Kay was assigned as new the chief executive while former PCCW deputy chairman Linus Cheung Wing-lam became executive chairman.
Linus Cheung Wing Lam, JP (born 1948 in Hong Kong) was the chairman of Asia Television in 2008-2009, Chief Executive Officer of Hong Kong Telecom (HKT) and Executive Director of Cable & Wireless plc in the United Kingdom in 1994-2000, following the merger of Cable & Wireless HKT with PCCW Limited (PCCW) in 2000, Linus served as the Deputy Chairman of PCCW until 2004.

Baak Maan Fu Yung

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One of its successes was the local version of the British game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in 2001, which allowed ATV to enjoy a short-term upturn in its viewing figures.
It was broadcast by Hong Kong's ATV.

Miss Asia Pageant

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The final program aired by ATV Home was a repeat of a special celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Miss Asia Pageant.
ATV Miss Asia Pageant is an annual Hong Kong-based beauty pageant organized and broadcast by Asia Television (ATV).

Mark Six

In 1976, the Hong Kong government introduced Mark Six, a new lottery system that was broadcast twice a week on Rediffusion.
Save for a period between 1997 and 2001, Asia Television was the sole terrestrial broadcaster of Mark Six lottery drawings until July 2015.

ATV Asia

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ATV operated six channels: the 24-hour ATV Home channel in Cantonese; the 24-hour ATV World channel in English; the 24-hour Cantonese satellite channel ATV Overseas, which was accessible in North America via satellite, and three digital DMB-T/H channels: ATV Asia, a 24-hour high-definition channel; CCTV-1, the general channel of China Central Television, China.
ATV Asia was a high-definition TV channel operated by the Hong Kong Asia Television, starting on April 1, 2009 at 6:00am, broadcast 24 hours a day from the night of television channels.

RTHK TV 31

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RTHK TV 31 and TV33 (CGTN Documentary) began broadcasting on ATV's analogue channels shortly after midnight on 2 April 2016.
Since 2 April 2016, TV31 and TV33 began simulcast on analogue channel frequencies previously owned by Asia Television (ATV) after ATV's licences were revoked by the government over financial losses and internal conflicts.

My Date with a Vampire

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ATV produced numerous classic TV dramas, including Crocodile Tears, My Date with a Vampire, Fatherland, Vampire Hero, The Legend, My Date with a Vampire 2, The Legendary Fok, My Date with a Vampire 3, Central Affairs I and II, Vampire Expert II (殭屍道長II) and Reincarnated .
My Date with a Vampire is a 1998 Hong Kong television series produced by ATV.

Kowloon Tong

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On 21 July 2007, ATV left its long-time home at 81 Broadcast Drive in Kowloon Tong and moved into a new facility in Tai Po.

Plus TV

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Plus TV (, aTV5) is a television channel produced by Asia Television which was broadcast during December 31, 2007 until April 1, 2009.

Commercial Television (Hong Kong TV station)

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A third broadcaster, Commercial Television, entered the market in September 1975, but in the face of intense competition from the two rival broadcasters, ceased transmissions in August 1978.
For over three decades after Commercial Television's demise, TVB and Rediffusion Television (later Asia Television, now defunct) remained a duopoly of terrestrial TV broadcasters in Hong Kong.

RTHK

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The government also allowed RTHK to take over ATV's analogue broadcast spectrum; RTHK planned to use the spectrum to broadcast an expanded version of its channel 31 service.
In April 2016, RTHK took over the analogue channel frequencies of Asia Television (ATV) after the latter's free television licence expired.

My Date with a Vampire II

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ATV produced numerous classic TV dramas, including Crocodile Tears, My Date with a Vampire, Fatherland, Vampire Hero, The Legend, My Date with a Vampire 2, The Legendary Fok, My Date with a Vampire 3, Central Affairs I and II, Vampire Expert II (殭屍道長II) and Reincarnated .
My Date with a Vampire II is a 2000 Hong Kong television series produced by ATV as a sequel to My Date with a Vampire (1998), but with a completely new story.

My Date with a Vampire III

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ATV produced numerous classic TV dramas, including Crocodile Tears, My Date with a Vampire, Fatherland, Vampire Hero, The Legend, My Date with a Vampire 2, The Legendary Fok, My Date with a Vampire 3, Central Affairs I and II, Vampire Expert II (殭屍道長II) and Reincarnated .
My Date with a Vampire III is a 2004 Hong Kong television series produced by ATV as a sequel to My Date with a Vampire (1998) and My Date with a Vampire II (2000), but with a new story line that is different from the first two seasons.

Lai Sun Development

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On 30 January 1989, the Chiu family sold its shares of ATV to New World Group and Lai Sun Group for HK$237.5 million.
The asset sales to ungear the company continued - debt remained above HK$6 billion as at September 2002, when LSD sold its 32.75 per cent stake in Asia Television (ATV) to its chief executive, Chan Wing-kee, for HK$360 million

The Good Old Days (Hong Kong TV series)

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Productions of note in 1990s include The Pride of Chaozhou, Who is the Winner?, Who is the Winner?! 2: King of Green Bat, King of the Gambler, and The Good Old Days .
The Good Old Days was a television drama produced by Hong Kong broadcaster Asia Television in 1996.

Ricky Wong (Hong Kong businessman)

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In December 2008, City Telecom chairman Ricky Wong Wai Kay was assigned as new the chief executive while former PCCW deputy chairman Linus Cheung Wing-lam became executive chairman.
On 3 December 2008, Linus Cheung originally hired Ricky Wong to be the chief executive of Asia Television (ATV), which had long been recognised as pro-Beijing.

HK Television Entertainment

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Concurrently, the government announced the approval of an over-the-air license to a new broadcasting company, HK Television Entertainment.
HKTVE's license was formally approved by the Hong Kong government on 1 April 2015, concurrent with the announcement that ATV's over-the-air license would be revoked on 31 March 2016.