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Hong Kong TV market is ready for change

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The government is going to issue new free-to-air TV licenses. Ricky Wong, Chairman of CTI, is now busy recruiting experienced professionals and new blood from universities, has invested 25 billion dollars in the project in order to satisfy the needs of audiences.


By Rainbow Ho 22:00 21/02/2012

There are only two free-to-air televisions in Hong Kong, Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and Asia Television Limited (ATV). The former currently dominates the whole TV industry (and ATV as the smaller rival-missing verb).


Wong emphasized that the working system of the above television stations is too old-fashioned and bureaucratic. He thought that it is a time to have something new in the TV industry.


“I will allow the scriptwriters and the directors to make their own decisions on the content of the programmes. There are no restrictions within the creation,” said Wong, explaining that he welcomed all creativity in his company.


Wong also paid emphasis on the effort of the people who are behind the stage like the production and creative crew.


“It is seldom to hear the names of the TV directors and scriptwriters. However, they all did amazing jobs which are worth to be praised, so I would place their names on the top,” indicated Wong, adding that viewers always know the names of the directors when they watch a great movie, then TV production crew also should be named too.


Wong is going to create 260 hours of dramas, trying his best to improve the quality of TV and making his company competitive enough to boost the ratings.


“We lengthen the time to write scripts and give crews more rights and freedom in the production process,” said Wong.


The company will start broadcasting at Oct 1st of 2012, or Jan 1st of 2013.

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--095083 2012年2月21日 (二) 22:02 (UTC)


Correction

The government is going to issue new free-to-air TV licenses. Ricky Wong, Chairman of CTI, is now busy recruiting experienced professionals and new blood from universities, has invested 25 billion dollars in the project in order to satisfy the needs of audiences.


By Rainbow Ho 22:00 21/02/2012

There are only two free-to-air televisions in Hong Kong, Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and Asia Television Limited (ATV). The former currently dominates the whole TV industry (and ATV as the smaller rival-missing verb).


Wong emphasized that the working system of the above television stations is too old-fashioned and bureaucratic. He thought that it is a time to have something new in the TV industry.


“I will allow the scriptwriters and the directors to make their own decisions on the content of the programmes. There are no restrictions within the creation,” said Wong, explaining that he welcomed all creativity in his company at Shue Yan University.


Wong also paid emphasis on the effort of the people who are behind the stage like the production and creative crew.


“It is seldom to hear the names of the TV directors and scriptwriters. However, they all did amazing jobs which are worth to be praised, so I would place their names on the top,” indicated Wong, adding that viewers always know the names of the directors when they watch a great movie, then TV production crew also should be named too.


Wong is going to create 260 hours of dramas, trying his best to improve the quality of TV and making his company competitive enough to boost the ratings.


“We lengthen the time to write scripts and give crews more rights and freedom in the production process,” said Wong.


The company will start broadcasting at Oct 1st of 2012, or Jan 1st of 2013.
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