Jul 31, 2022
In General Discussion
Will the Blue Camp use the argument that "the DPP hurts freedom of speech" to achieve a greater political purpose? These issues are very worth discussing, and they are also issues that the rulers need to actively settle. But before that, have you ever wondered what the 52 will become after that? News station is one of the few relatively profitable units in Taiwan's turbulent fourth industry. After leaving the golden interval of 49 to 55 at 52, it is of course impossible to leave it alone. In fact, there are already many TV stations and consortiums. coveted that position. Based on past reports, including the Taiwan Digital Media Group "China Taiwan Life Network", which has a good relationship with the DPP's National Congress, but failed to break through the " Transformation whatsapp database News Channel" in early March this year , the "Eight TVs" invested by Formosa Plastics Group, Fubon Group, which has been deeply involved in the cable TV industry for a long time, has been rumored to want to enter the news station market. Among them, even "Mirror Media", which has been criticized for the controversial coverage of the incident by the YouTuber Huang brothers, is acting as a dark horse. Actively deploy news channels , waiting for this coveted 52 to be released. But is this really what we want? Photo Credit: Critical Review Network / Ding Zhaojiu After sending away Zhongtian News, which has uneven reporting quality and is often suspected of disinformation, do we really want to exchange for another consortium news, another media serving a specific political party, or another Next Weekly 2.0? If what everyone wants is to end the extremist media tearing apart society, does our government have the courage to refuse commercial TV stations to drop Channel 52 and put them on the more balanced and positive "PTV News Channel"? Instead of rushing to grab the news, let the audience know "what news should look like" The existing personnel capacity of public television is not a problem, because responsible media should have in-depth analysis of important issues, rather than crawling on PTT or editing dash cams.