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Ricky Wong: Revolution of TV industry

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Ricky Wong, Chairman of CTI yesterday attended the seminars in Hong Kong Shue Yan University and (mutually?) to recruit some staff for the upcoming programs. Wong claimed he wants to create their own TV World and to bring the change of the traditional world of TV. (In addition, Wong maintained that the staff are the important role in the revolution.-not necessary in opening)


== Ricky:Walk front of people == (unclear heading)


Working in the television industry, Wong claimed the people must be tough. He pointed that the working hour always is 14 hours per day. “If someone want to do easy job, he can go another television company located in Tseung Kwan O." Wong sometimes think (x) himself as Suen Chung Shan, (cause-too informal, use full word) he (go?) in the front row before extraordinary"; although everything which is leading the public can be dangerous, if you do not do before people do, opportunity wont come to you. He put himself as example, when he was at the age of 17, he opened a tutorial school and had over 400 students. His monthly income was almost $40000 .

To respect the creative and production staff

Wong described as "old (TV) world" to "imperial management", he pointed out that the "old world" management system is from top to bottom. The communciation between management and the producer is limited. Wong bluntly said "I don’t love the old system" as it would stifle the development of the television industry. He said its television stations will be the creator placed "absolute respect for their creative freedom. He meet with his staff every week and usually discuss (the way?) of the production. In addition, new stations will be implemented" federalism", the nine team (including chinese traditional,fashion,science fiction and so on) is free to play without interference. Also, the rating points reflects the contribution of the staff so he will reward them by it.

Your article is well laid out, however some prepositions are missing (x), and some word combinations(?) are confusing-you can either explain or rephrase. Otherwise good effort!

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