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The Television and Radio Consultative Scheme (formerly the Television Viewing Advisory Scheme) was introduced in 1982.

Through this scheme, the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority is provided with a continuous flow of public opinions on television and radio programming and is kept abreast of the community's perception of the broadcasting standards.

Members join the scheme on a voluntary basis. They are appointed for a two-year period. Members are recruited to form a mix that mirrors the population profile of Hong Kong by age, sex and occupation from different districts in Hong Kong. They will participate in focus group meetings to have in-depth discussions on different issues related to broadcasting.

The total membership of the scheme is maintained at about 540.

To join the Television and Radio Consultative Scheme

Members of the Television and Radio Consultative Scheme are recruited with reference to the population profile of age, sex and occupation from different districts in Hong Kong. (Click here to view the "TV and Radio Consultative Scheme" publicity leaflet.)

If you are interested in joining the scheme, please download the application form and send the completed form to the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority by:

Mail
Broadcasting Authority Secretariat
(Attn: TELA Content Regulation Section 1)
39th Floor, Revenue Tower
5 Gloucester Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong

Fax
2507 2219

E-mail
ba@tela.gov.hk