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Insufficient resources and competitions make variety shows in Hong Kong dull

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Reporter: Mak Hiu Tung

Variety shows in China are well-produced and popular. Now Mango, a newly opened TV channel in NOW TV, mainly broadcasts variety shows from Hunan TV station. NG Yu, a media savvy, said in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, 10 April, it is because TV stations in mainland “are willing to invest more resources and time in producing shows, therefore, their production are more serious and professional than (we do-replace with possessive pronoun).”


Ng stated that TV stations in the mainland required a full-dressed rehearsal which generally lasts for a day before filming. He suggested “Strictly come dancing”, a dancing show produced by the Hunan TV, even asked artists to attend dance training three months before shooting. “This is the reason why they can produce such a successful show while TV stations in Hong Kong only spend a day to produce a show, including preparation work,” said Ng.


Apart from insufficient resources, a lack of competition in the market is another reason for (art) poor qualit(ies-sing) of variety shows in Hong Kong. Ng blamed it on ATV instead of TVB, a well-known and dominant TV station locally. He claimed that the vicious circle appears because ATV is unable to be a competitor to TVB because their programmes are too weak to compete with TVB.


Facing no competition, TVB only needs to repeat its' old way to produce shows and ratings can still be high,” claimed Ng, “and that is why TVB does not have any momentum to improve their show qualities so as to keep ratings.”

Very good writing, keep it up!

--095072麥曉彤,Stephanie Mak 2012年4月10日 (二) 22:09 (UTC)


Corrections:

Reporter: Mak Hiu Tung

Variety shows in China are well-produced and popular. Now Mango, a newly opened TV channel in NOW TV, mainly broadcasts variety shows from Hunan TV station. NG Yu, a media savvy, said in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, 10 April, it is because TV stations in mainland “are willing to invest more resources and time in producing shows, therefore, their production are more serious and professional than ours.”


Ng stated that TV stations in the mainland required a full-dressed rehearsal which generally lasts for a day before filming. He suggested “Strictly come dancing”, a dancing show produced by the Hunan TV, even asked artists to attend dance training three months before shooting. “This is the reason why they can produce such a successful show while TV stations in Hong Kong only spend a day to produce a show, including preparation work,” said Ng.


Apart from insufficient resources, a lack of competition in the market is another reason for the poor qualitising of variety shows in Hong Kong. Ng blamed it on ATV instead of TVB, a well-known and dominant TV station locally. He claimed that the vicious circle appears because ATV is unable to be a competitor to TVB because their programmes are too weak to compete with TVB.


Facing no competition, TVB only needs to repeat its' old way to produce shows and ratings can still be high,” claimed Ng, “and that is why TVB does not have any momentum to improve their show qualities so as to keep ratings.”


--095072麥曉彤,Stephanie Mak 2012年4月17日 (二) 22:06 (UTC)
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