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Raymond Wong tell the pre-journalists should not worry about the wage

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Raymond Wong, the chairman of Broadcast Codes of Practice Committee says that everyone who work in press field should fight for their career rather than the minimum wage. Speaking at Shue Yan University today, Mr Wong addressed the concerns that journalists are paid low wages.

"No one dream to be a billionaire by working in press field." Raymond presented. Raymond told the students who are pre-journalists that pressmen should focus on their work but not wage, because they are responsible for justice which cannot be related to money. Raymond confessed that the wage offer of journalists is normally low. However, he thought everyone who want to work in press field should be durable, especially in working condition which is full day on call.

"News room is not a laboratory of press." Raymond presented. He said that since the TV news is broadcast every moment, the management team should use the budget well on the crucial part. He claimed that most of the newsroom will spend almost one million Hong Kong dollars to purchase the professional edit package to work on production. So, the cost budget is very tight. As the result, the wage offer of a journalist is limited to about nine thousand Hong Kong dollars.

Raymond thought that Hong Kong is a capital society. When journalists had worked about three to four years, Raymond believe that their wage should surely be compensated. Otherwise, the experienced journalists would have chance to be recruited from other news firms which are willing to offer a reasonable wage for them.

Chan Kam Wai reported 105132

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