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--095107 2012年2月21日 (二) 23:02 (UTC)


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The company submitted an application for the license for free broadcasting in Hong Kong in late 2009. However, CTI is still waiting for the government to issue the license. At the moment, there are only two free TV channels in the city which are Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and Asia Television Limited (ATV).


“We are going to build the Asia’s largest studio which is more than 15,000 square feet,” said CTI Chairman Ricky Wong Wai-kay in an assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, Feb 21, 2012. The TV and multimedia center includes eight studios is estimated to be completed in two years. During the construction, the company will rent studios for TV programme shooting.


He mentioned that in the future their center will open for the public and student visits. “Everyone can come and observe how we produce different kind of programmes, not only variety shows but also dramas and news,” Ricky added.


Ricky has already invested more than 25 billion into this TV business. “I would say it will be a long-term investment. I assume that it will have deficits in the early stage and will be able to make profits later on.”


The company is planning to start free broadcasting in Hong Kong this October or next January, depending on when it can obtain a license from the government.






City Telecom (H.K.) Limited (CTI) is going to start constructing its 300,000 square feet TV and multimedia center in Tseung Kwan O on the coming Friday, February 24.


The company submitted an application for the license for free broadcasting in Hong Kong in late 2009. However, CTI is still waiting for the government to issue the license. At the moment, there are only two free TV channels in the city which (is?sva issue) Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and Asia Television Limited (ATV).


“We are going to build the Asia’s largest studio which is more than 15,000 square feet,” said CTI Chairman Ricky Wong Wai-kay in an assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, Feb 21, 2012. The TV and multimedia center includes eight studios is estimated to (verb particle missing) complete in two years. During the construction, the company will rent studios for TV programme shooting.


He mentioned that in the future their center will open for the public and student visits. “Everyone can come and observe how we produce different kind of programmes, not only variety shows but also dramas and news,” Ricky added.


Ricky has already invested more than 25 billion into this TV business. “I would say it will be a long-term investment. I assume that it will have deficits in the early stage and will be able to make profits later on.”


The company is planning to start free broadcasting in Hong Kong this October or next January, depending on when it can obtain a license from the government. (good closing)

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