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Revolution in local TV industry is going to begin, says Ricky Wong

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Revolution in local TV industry is going to begin, says Ricky Wong

21th February, 2012

Though the government has not yet issued the free-to-air TV license to applicants, one of the new entrants to the TV industry, City Telecom (CTI), has started preparing itself the for coming keen competition. “We are starting a revolution and will bring an end to the duopoly,” said Chainman of the City Telecom (HK) Ltd Ricky Wong.

The new entrant CTI has been giving recruitment talks to local universities since early February, aiming at hiring capable and passionate graduates to join their new TV station. Wong said that they aimed at hiring around 700 staff this year, and they have currently employed over 180 staff, where most of they are from the local TV station TVB.

Wong pointed out that local TV stations offered comparatively low pay to producers and script writers. Also, they limited their creativity in production. He stressed that the new TV station run by CTI would be totally different.

“We offer producers and script writers with better pay, since we understand how important they are to a TV station’s production. We are introducing a new hierarchy to the TV station. Unlike the other TV station (TVB), we would not restrict producers and script writers on the topics of their productions. We encourage them to use their imagination and creativity, and they are free to bring up innovative ideas,” said Wong.

Local TV programmes have always been criticized for their lack of creativity and being the copycats of foreign TV programmes. Wong believes that under the new hierarchy, programmes being produced would be of higher quality, and this would led to a revolution of TV industry under the keen competition. He expressed his confidence for his new TV station and believes that they can outshine the other competitors.



Original:

Revolution in local TV industry is going to begin, says Ricky Wong

21th February, 2012

Though the government has not yet (issues-change to past tense) the free-to-air TV license to applicants, one of the new entrants to the TV industry, City Telecom (CTI), has started preparing itself the for coming keen competition. “We are starting a revolution and will bring an end to the duopoly,” said Chainman of the City Telecom (HK) Ltd Ricky Wong.

The new entrant CTI has been giving recruitment talks to local universities since early February, aiming (at-switch preposition) hiring capable and passionate graduates to join their new TV station. Wong said that they aimed (at) hir(ing) around 700 staff this year, and they have currently employed over 180 staff, where most of they are from the local TV station TVB.

Wong pointed out that local TV stations offered comparatively low pay to producers and script writers. Also, they limited (the creativity of them-shorten-2words) in their production. He stressed that the new TV station run by CTI would be totally different.

“We offer producers and script writers with better pay, since we understand how important they are to a TV station’s production. We are introducing a new hierarchy to the TV station. Unlike the other TV station (TVB), we would not restrict producers and script writers on the topics of their productions. We encourage them to use their imagination and creativity, and they are free to bring up innovative ideas,” said Wong.

Local TV programmes have always been criticized for their lack of creativity and being the copycats of foreign TV programmes. Wong believes that under the new hierarchy, programmes being produced would be of higher quality, and this would led to a revolution of TV industry under the keen competition. He expressed his confidence for his new TV station and believes that they can outshine the other competitors.


Comments from Ms Isabelle Umugwaneza:
Good work, simply need to edit a few grammar errors.


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