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Sound Broadcasting Licences



Sound Broadcasting Licences


In Hong Kong, if you're looking for information on Sound Broadcasting Licences, here's a quick rundown:


  • Issuing Authority: Sound broadcasting licenses are issued by the Chief Executive in Council, following recommendations by the Communications Authority (OFCA) [Hong Kong Sound Broadcasting Licences].

  • Application Process: The OFCA website provides details on applying for or renewing a Sound Broadcasting Licence [Hong Kong Sound Broadcasting Licences]. There's also an option for online application [Hong Kong Online Licences Application].

  • Regulations: The Telecommunications Ordinance (Cap. 106) sets the framework for sound broadcasting services in Hong Kong [Hong Kong Sound Broadcasting Licences].


Applying for a Sound Broadcasting Licence


Here's a breakdown of applying for a Sound Broadcasting Licence in Hong Kong:


The Authority:


  • The Communications Authority (OFCA) plays a crucial role. They assess applications and make recommendations to the Chief Executive in Council, who grants the licence [Hong Kong Sound Broadcasting Licences].


The Process:


  1. Guidance Note:  Your first step should be to review the OFCA's "Guidance Note for Those Interested in Applying for Licences". This document provides a comprehensive overview of the application process, including:

  • Required documents

  • Fees

  • Technical details (frequency selection etc.)

  • Public consultation procedures [Hong Kong Sound Broadcasting Licences]

  1. Frequency Selection:  Identify the frequency you plan to use for your broadcast. You can check OFCA's website for information on frequency allocation and assignment. They might even allow a permit for technical field tests to verify your chosen frequency's suitability [Hong Kong Sound Broadcasting Licences].

  2. Application Form: While the OFCA website doesn't explicitly mention online applications for Sound Broadcasting Licences, they do offer an "Online Licences Application" section. It's worth checking there to see if the application form can be submitted electronically [Hong Kong Online Licences Application].

  3. Public Consultation:  Be prepared for the possibility of public consultation. The OFCA might publish a notice regarding your application, seeking public feedback on your proposed service [Hong Kong Sound Broadcasting Licences].


Additional Tips:


  • Early Planning: Since public consultation might be involved, it's wise to start planning well in advance. Aim to begin the process at least a year before your desired launch date.

  • Contact OFCA: Don't hesitate to contact the OFCA directly if you have any specific questions or require clarification on any aspect of the application process.


By following these steps and utilizing the provided resources, you'll be well on your way to applying for a Sound Broadcasting Licence in Hong Kong.


For further details, you can refer to the official resources of the Communications Authority (OFCA):



How Bestar can Help


Here are some areas where Bestar might be able to help with Sound Broadcasting Licences in Hong Kong:


  • Consulting: We could offer consulting services to guide you through the application process. This might involve explaining the regulations, completing the application forms, and ensuring all required documents are obtained.

  • Legal Support: The application process might involve legal considerations, and Bestar could provide legal advice or connect you with a lawyer specializing in communications law.

  • Public Consultation Management: If your application involves public consultation, Bestar HK could help you develop a communication strategy to address any public concerns and effectively present your proposal.


Find out more about Bestar's services:


  • Visit our website: Bestar has a website that details the services we offer.

  • Contact us: Call us or send an email to inquire about our services related to Sound Broadcasting Licences in Hong Kong.



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