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City Telecom calls for fresh graduates

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City Telecom calls for fresh graduates

Kelly Choi --095077 2011年11月1日 (二) 23:34 (UTC)

21 February, 2012

There will be a big switch in Telelvision industry as three more companies will become free-to-air television stations. Chairman of City Telecom (HK) Ltd, Ricky Wong Wai-kay goes to Hong Kong Shue Yan University today (for?) hiring fresh graduates. He said in the recruitment talk, “We target to hire them as they are able to bring new elements to our company.”

Wong said that City Telecom will begin construction on an eight-story, 300,000-square-foot TV production center next month in Tseung Kwan O at a cost of HK$600 million. (Besides-check usage), the company will hire 1,700 people over the next two years. And 160 of them will be fresh graduates.

“Attitude is the essential requirement for our recruitment. The next is creativity. That is a must if fresh graduates want to be hired.” said Wong. (good!)

“I think it is a good opportunity for me to start up my career so (I want to interview City Telecom-careful with subject verb agreement-add preposition to clarify).” said a year 4 student.

For Asia Television (ATV) which has launched legal action against the government’s decision to grant three more free-to-air television licenses, Wong said, “The government is set to issue new licenses in the city's free-to-air TV market. We do not worry about it.”

Wong will host recruitment road shows in the eight universities from February 21. Anchors, program assistants, associate producers and script writers are mainly provided for fresh graduates to apply. The starting salary will be at least HK$12,000 per month.

Good use of information and quotes, and nice title as well. Simply correct the few grammar errors, and keep it up!

Correction

There will be a big switch in Telelvision industry as three more companies will become free-to-air television stations. Chairman of City Telecom (HK) Ltd, Ricky Wong Wai-kay goes to Hong Kong Shue Yan University today to hire fresh graduates. He said in the recruitment talk, “We target to hire them as they are able to bring new elements to our company.”

Wong said that City Telecom will begin construction on an eight-story, 300,000-square-foot TV production center next month in Tseung Kwan O at a cost of HK$600 million. The company will hire 1,700 people over the next two years. And 160 of them will be fresh graduates.

“Attitude is the essential requirement for our recruitment. The next is creativity. That is a must if fresh graduates want to be hired.” said Wong.

“I think it is a good opportunity for me to start up my career. Therefore,I want to interview City Telecom.”said a year 4 student.

For Asia Television (ATV) which has launched legal action against the government’s decision to grant three more free-to-air television licenses, Wong said, “The government is set to issue new licenses in the city's free-to-air TV market. We do not worry about it.”

Wong will host recruitment road shows in the eight universities from February 21. Anchors, program assistants, associate producers and script writers are mainly provided for fresh graduates to apply. The starting salary will be at least HK$12,000 per month.
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