This is a collection guide to some of the most important resources in the Local TV Programme Collection. Email or phone the collection specialist for more information and assistance.
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Local TV Programme Collection
With authorization of Asia Television Limited (ATV), Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), Hong Kong Television Entertainment Company Limited (HKTVE) and Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB), selected current affairs and instructional TV programmes are digitised by library to facilitate teaching and research in CUHK.
Local TV Programmes with Video-on-Demand (VoD) licence are available 24 hours (except during maintenance hours) through the campus network.
VoD service offers high quality videos to University members through the campus network. These videos can be viewed with functions such as forward and reverse play, pause and random positioning.
Before watching video, you need to have your computer connected to campus network via CUHK VPN and have it installed with Windows Media Player or MP4 player.
Please click Video - Searching TIPS for more details.
All videos are licenced for viewing only by CUHK staff and students accessed within the campus network for educational purpose. Any public performance, other uses, or copying is strictly prohibited.
Any unauthorized downloading, duplication, reproduction, transmission, and storage in any formats of the videos or any part thereof would violate the copyright restrictions.
Please refer to the Guidelines for Compliance with the Copyright Laws in the Use of Print, Non-print and Electronic Materials in the CUHK Library and Library Regulation on observing the law on copyright and systematic or excessive downloading of electronic content for details.
This service is only accessible through the campus network of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.