In the high-profile case of changing the license of Zhongtian News, the National Communications and Communication Commission (NCC) unanimously decided not to change the license with a vote of 7:0, and Zhongtian News will be removed from the shelves. Although both the government and the court issued a statement emphasizing respect for the professional decision made by the NCC independent agency in accordance with the law, the process from the review to the decision not to change the license was pulled by all parties, and the political ripples caused by.
Zhongtian's withdrawal of the license were even stronger. The withdrawal of Zhongtian’s license led to criticism from the outside world that the photo background removing DPP was suppressing freedom of speech. Blue Camp even more fully criticized that this was a political intervention, but unexpectedly consolidated the position of Executive President Su Zhenchang, who has been rapidly declining in recent days, because Wangwang Zhongshi Group’s criticism of Zhongtian News Channel was arrested. The big counterattack to withdraw the license, instead, united the green camp to let Su Zhenchang survive the "beef noodle storm". The government and the NCC are cautious, and key group conversations are overwhelmed by Zhongtian Regarding the issue of changing photos of Zhongtian News.
it is understood that the Presidential Palace has received a lot of positive and negative opinions from all walks of life in recent months, and the government's attitude has always been neutral. Originally, Su Zhenchang tended to withdraw the license of Zhongtian News. In addition to the current NCC committee structure, there were already many members who were scholars of the anti-red media movement. The internal atmosphere of the NCC has always prevailed over the cancellation of Zhongtian News. The Executive Yuan is also happy to be neutral and does not need to intervene. But the ruling Democratic Progressive Party has conducted many polls, and the results have made it difficult for the top decision-makers. Polls show that central voters oppose the removal of the license, believing that it will harm Taiwan's freedom of speech, but supporters of the Green Camp strongly want the removal of the