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One media channel and news director : Impossible is possible

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(As in any market, the theory of demand and supply also plays a role in job market. So in English, we say it is an employers market when "the job is choosing you". Chen is the channel director and news director of a media company, you should at least tell us why she sounds like a job interview adviser. You seem to have forgotten to mention the fact that journalists in Hong Kong are poorly paid and that has triggered the argument that the newly graduated students should accept humble pay when first starting out in their careers.)

By Mak Shu Kee, April 9, 2013


The channel director and news director of a media company in Hong Kong advised students advised students to be humble and pragmatic when working in the future, in university talk today.

“It’s the job choosing you, not you choosing the job, so make sure you don’t act bullish,” said Jane Chen, the Channel Director and News Director of One-TV.

Chen said people working in Hong Kong must learn how to compromise and be self-supporting. “Instead of having grievances at work, everyone should think of a way to do better,” she said.

One TV Media Global Ltd. is an online broadcaster which is launching in 2013. It includes 24-hours channels, including News, Financial News Travel, and English.

It is a relatively new and small media to many media companies in Hong Kong and has totally 41 employees at this moment.

“Many people, especially those who are expertise in media said the existing resources at our company are insufficient in making some programmes,”said Chen.

However, she believed she could make use of the prerequisite resources of the company to ‘make it happen’. “Not everything is impossible without adequate resources. This conventional mindset must be break,” said Chen.

Jane Chen was born in Shanghai. After receiving her first bachelor degree in Shanghai, Chen fled to Sydney to study another certificate and become the director and host of the Australian Chinese Television Company. In 1996, She was invited to Hong Kong to be an anchor, MC and programme producer. From 1997 to 2013, Chen was the host and producer of the RTHK Mandarin programme.

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