Hong Kong government has made public broadcaster RTHK a place of fear, uncertainty and self-censorship, insider claims

With an editorial overhaul raging at Hong Kong’s public broadcaster, many staff members have been left baffled by red lines being drawn by the new management amid a wave of resignations and last-minute cancellation of programmes, according to sources.RTHK insiders told the Post that staff were being driven to self-censorship to avoid their programmes from being axed as many employees, especially those tasked with running current affairs shows, were living in fear of being targeted by those in…

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