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Talk show is not an easy task for both artists and host

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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--095025 2012年4月10日 (二) 18:52 (UTC)--095025 2012年4月10日 (二) 18:52 (UTC)


By Wendy Chan

Recently, famous host of 60minutes, Mike Wallace passed away. He is memorized for his utmost talents in the talk show. His acute questions have made audiences eyes glitzy. ((good worldly relevance))


Local artist, Wong He said, “I am afraid in talk show when the questions are not in my knowledge, sudden questions made me feel nervous.” It shows a negative image because artists may reflect the inner self to audiences.


Ng Yu, an experienced media director, he said, “There are in fact some designed questions for TV industry. I agree with Wong He that it may test how smart the artist is when answering the questions.” “Talking is the key action in the show. It sometimes shows how smart or stupid the artist is and the host forces the stars to react instantly.” Ng added.


The talk show is beneficial to TV industry according to Ng’s view. “The 60-minute talk show is tying the heartstring of people. In front of the audiences, they have to react instantly, including the laughter and tears,” said Ng. In his view, it all depends on the ability of the host.” He cited one example of current famous TV host, Stephen Chan, he needed to contact the interviewees, and the network of host is therefore the vital element.


Wong added that, the culture of talk show is different in Taiwan, China and Hong Kong. In Taiwan, Wong said, “they will not give the interviewees the questions first, but they need the instant reactions and answers.” They hope for a mutual respect form the host if they agree not to ask some sensitive questions promised before the talk show starts.

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