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Actors and production professionals trapped in limited creative space

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Actors and production professionals trapped in limited creative space

By April Yu

HKSYU—FEB 14-With only two television stations (TVB & ATV) in town, Hong Kong has long been criticized for lacking competitiveness in television production. Worse still, with the huge difference in viewing rate between the two television stations, TVB has almost monopolized the market of drama series in Hong Kong. It’s undeniable that TVB has cultivated many excellent actors and production professionals. Nevertheless, those people seems don’t get much respect from the TV station they deserved, in term of payment and working environment.

HO, Yuet-fung, former screenwriter for TVB, who participated the writing of the classic drama series ‘Hotel’ in 1970s , felt sorry for the actors and production professionals. “TVB offered limited creative space for them. They need more time to produce high quality drama series. Only when the management of TVB changes its administrative principle, can the situation be improved. "

HO also hopes that news television stations can bring more competitiveness to the drama market, which will also consequently benefit actors and production profession, “One more player, always better.”

However, since the exact date of issuing license to new free television stations is still not confirmed. the professionals still have to deal with the unfavorable working conditions for a while.


Actors and production professionals trapped in limited creative space (good title)

By April Yu

HKSYU—FEB 14-With only two television stations (TVB & ATV) in town, Hong Kong has long been criticized for lacking (of?) competitiveness in television production. Worse still, with the huge difference in viewing rate between the two television stations, TVB has almost monopolized the market of drama series in Hong Kong. It’s undeniable that TVB has cultivated many excellent actors and production professionals. Nevertheless, those people (seems don’t get much respect from the TV station they deserved in term of payment and working environment-awkward syntax, break it up with transition words). (good opening)

HO, Yuet-fung, former screenwriter (of?) TVB, who participated the writing of the classic drama series ‘Hotel’ in 1970s , felt sorry for the actors and production professionals. “TVB offered limited creative space for them. They need more time to produce high quality drama series. Only when the management of TVB changes its administrative principle, can the situation be improved. "

HO also hopes that new television stations can bring more competitiveness to the drama market, which will also consequently benefit actors and production profession, “One more player, always better.”

Other than a few grammatical, and punctuation mistakes, the article flows well, as the reader immediately gets a sense of the current situation. Keep up the good story telling, and remember to finish as strongly as you started (closing paragraph).
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