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HK$2.5 billion for a 5 year plan, CTI’s ready for show

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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A television survival competition is about to burst out as CTI Free-TV (CTI), the city’s third free television station is scheduled to start broadcasting as early as on October this year. Ricky Wong, owner of the soon-to-be free TV station, promises to put in up to HK$2.5 billion for CTI in a 5 year plan.

By Cassandra Guo Feb 21, 2012



Wong has drawn up a 5-year development plan for CTI, which involves HK$2 to HK$2.5 billion investment. The new player will produce 260 hours of TV drama in 2012, while the amount will be gradually increased to 600 hours in 2016. “This is a long term investment, I’m confident in earning money after the first loss, business is like this,” said Wong.


Since CTI hasn’t obtained the domestic free television programme services licence (domestic free) from the Broadcasting Authority, there’s no fixed date for CTI’s first broadcasting. Speaking at a recruitment he held at Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Wong said that he did not worry about the obtaining of the licence and will focus on producing contents and recruiting manpower while waiting for the licence. According to Wong, the station will start its official broadcasting either on the first day of October this year or on January 1st 2013, depending on when will the licence be granted.


Though the broadcasting day is yet to be confirmed, in supporting of content production, CTI will construct a HK$800 million multi-media TV complex in Tseung Kwan O by 2013, which will occupy 220 thousand square feet, equivalents to the size of 33 standard football fields. A ground breaking ceremony for the complex will be held later this afternoon. Upon completion, the complex will be open to the public for free according to Wong.


While a production team generally have to produce one episode of a TV drama in 3 days, Wong said that production teams of CTI will be given 5.5 to 6 days in producing one episode of a TV drama. Wong also said that their new TV drama will be produced by accommodating some movie-shooting techniques and contain more location filming rather than shooting in artificial settings.


Together with his production team, Wong is currently visiting the local tertiary education institutions to absorb fresh grads in joining his station.
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