TVB 電視廣播有限公司 (HK)


Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB), together with its subsidiaries, is engaged in terrestrial television broadcasting, with programme production, programme licensing and distribution, overseas satellite pay television operations, Taiwan operations, channel operations and other related activities. The Company has six segments: Hong Kong terrestrial television broadcasting; Programme licensing and distribution; Overseas satellite pay TV operations; Taiwan operations; Channel operations, and Other activities. On November 1, 2010, the Company acquired an additional 0.06% interest in Interface Communication Co., Ltd. Its subsidiaries include iTVB Holdings Limited, Long Wisdom Limited, TVB (China Production) Company Limited, TVB Investment Limited, TVB Music Limited, TVBI Company Limited, TVBO Production Limited and Art Limited.

 

ADDRESS

TVB City, 77 Chun Choi Street Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estat Tseung Kwan O, Kowloon,
Hong Kong
+852-2-3359123 (Phone)
+852-2-3581300 (Fax)

WEBSITE LINKS

Official Site
News Releases

Annual report 2011

CONTACTS

Nai-pang Leung LL.D., Executive Chairman of the Board
Yau Kee Mak, Company Secretary
Po On Lee, Group General Manager, Executive Director
Shin Keong Cheong, General Manager – Broadcasting

FINANCE

HKG:0511

Mkt cap HKD25.40 B
Shares 438.00M
(11/08/12)

Company page on Google Finance and Reuters

NEWS ON CSN

. TVB Announces Enhancements as Survey Finds News and Current Affairs Programmes Most Popular

. TVB Lodges Judicial Review Application on New Free TV Licences

HK: last minute deal between I-Cable and TV stations

. TVB urges i-Cable to come to the negotiating table for free television broadcast of 2012 London Olympic Games

. HK: latest update on the acquisition of free television broadcast of “2012 London Olympic Games”

. TVB urges i-Cable to come to the negotiating table for free television broadcast of 2012 London Olympic Games

. TVB signals it may use courts in license battle (thestandard.com)

. TVB 2011 annual results: turnover increased by 11%, profits up by 17%

. Mona Fong rumored to follow Run Run Shaw out of TVB (wantchinatimes.com)

. TVB partners with Tencent to create a customized social network platform

Hong Kong Broadcasting Authority requests digital TV reach extension of TVB and ATV and makes some content recommendations

Taiwan government OKs HTC investment in TVB of Hong Kong

TVB, the major HK broadcaster, changes its ownership

HK BA approves the new shareholding of Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)

 

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