香港報業公會第六十八屆 (2023-2025年度) 執行委員會選舉結果
ELECTION RESULTS OF 2022-2023 NSHK EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The Newspaper Society of Hong Kong (The Society) held its 68th Annual General Meeting on October 4, 2023. The Council elected Mr. Lee Cho-jat as President, Ms. Alice Kwok as Chairperson, Ms. Tammy Tam and Ms. Betty Kwok as Vice Chairpersons. Other office bearers elected were Honorary Secretary Mr. Luo Xinghui and Honorary Treasurer Mr. Eric Lai. The Council also appointed Mr. Alan Lo as Executive Director and Mr. Lo Wing-hung as Spokesperson.
A total of sixteen Council Members were elected. They are Mr. Alan Lo (AM730), Mr. Yu Shijun (Ta Kung Pao), Mr. Luo Zheng (Wen Wei Po), Mr. George Ng (China Daily - Hong Kong Edition), Mr. Alex Ko (Ming Pao Daily), Ms. Alice Kwok (Hong Kong Economic Journal), Ms. Ang Jin (South China Morning Post), Ms. Tammy Tam (South China Morning Post), Ms. Betty Kwok (Sing Tao Daily), Dr. Cai Jin (Sing Tao), Mr. Ivan Tong (The
Standard), Mr. Lin Ying (Lion Rock Daily), Mr. Luo Xinghui (Hong Kong Commercial Daily), Mr. Eric Lai (Hong Kong Economic Times), Mr. Lo Wing-hung (Bastille Post) and Ms. Chung Wan-ching (The New Evening Post).
The Society will continue to work on various fronts to raise the professional standard of journalism, safeguard the interests of the industry and maintain close communication with the Government. In order to enhance the profitability and sustainability of newspapers, the Society in collaboration with member organisations launched "NewsocHub", a joint platform for multimedia advertising sales offering a one-stop online advertising hub that is credible and has an excellent content environment. It has since boosted the revenue of participating newspapers and achieved satisfactory promotion for advertisers.
The 2022 Hong Kong News Awards Presentation Ceremony was held on 5 May to showcase the outstanding works of journalists and officiated by the Chief Executive of the HKSAR Mr. John Lee Ka-chiu. We received an overwhelming response from the industry with more than 600 entries submitted to this year's competition. Regardless of the changing ecology of the media, newspapers as major news providers must abide by the principle of seeking truth, and be socially responsible in fostering social progress.