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Senior media creator Lai Man Cheuk: CTI can’t be a competitor to TVB

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Karen Chan Feb 28, 2012


Facing the (troubles-either use singular form, or replace with "fact") that more than 100 staffs left and entered another new broadcasting media, TVB has been described as “trapped” in a dilemma. However, Lai Man Cheuk, a senior media creator and a former staff in TVB, thinks the (left staffs-either conjugate to progressive tense, or switch order+that before left) don’t constitute any threat to the company.


From the day City Telecom Hong Kong Limited (CTI)successfully applied (preposition missing) free TV licenses from the Broadcasting Authority, Ricky Wong, CEO (of the City Telecom Hong Kong Limited-too long, use abbreviation) warned that there would be (a tragedy to-check with verb is usually used with tragedy-tragedy to is incorrect) TVB. As a former staff in the creating department of TVB, Lai Man Cheuk doesn’t agree with what media has reported before. “Actually there are more than 1800 people working in the creative department, the number of people resigned is just around 5% of the total number. Obviously, it is not a big deal!” He also thinks that the fear initiated among TVB and the audience is due to the exaggeration of Ricky Wong. TVB has accumulated certain experiences on dealing with different outbreaks, so this would not be an influence.


With more than 30 years of experience working on broadcasting media, Lai Man Cheuk admits that the quality of the programs and themes (is) worse than before. “The reason for this is not due to the quality of the colleagues. I believe that everything is improving including people. However, what affects the quality is the situations of the market,” Lai said. He thinks there are many talented people in this industry; however, the industry is not very prosperous at this stage. If they really want to earn more money, they better go to China because the focus of broadcasting will shift to the mainland China.


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Facing the troubles that more than 100 staffs left and entered another new broadcasting media, TVB has been described as “trapped” in a dilemma. However, Lai Man Cheuk, a senior media creator and a former staff in TVB, thinks that the left staffs don’t constitute any threat to the company.


From the day City Telecom Hong Kong Limited (CTI)successfully applied for free TV licenses from the Broadcasting Authority, Ricky Wong, CEO of CTI warned that there would be a tragedy for TVB. As a former staff in the creating department of TVB, Lai Man Cheuk doesn’t agree with what media has reported before. “Actually there are more than 1800 people working in the creative department, the number of people resigned is just around 5% of the total number. Obviously, it is not a big deal!” He also thinks that the fear initiated among TVB and the audience is due to the exaggeration of Ricky Wong. TVB has accumulated certain experiences on dealing with different outbreaks, so this would not be an influence.


With more than 30 years of experience working on broadcasting media, Lai Man Cheuk admits that the quality of the programs and themes is worse than before. “The reason for this is not due to the quality of the colleagues. I believe that everything is improving including people. However, what affects the quality is the situations of the market,” Lai said. He thinks there are many talented people in this industry; however, the industry is not very prosperous at this stage. If they really want to earn more money, they better go to China because the focus of broadcasting will shift to the mainland China.
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