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We are ready, says City Telecom

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--陳寶怡 CHAN, PO YEE 2012年2月21日 (二) 23:38 (UTC)


The government and the Broadcasting Authority are now screening the three applicants for licences for new free-to-air television services. City Telecom, one of the three new applicants, said that they are ready to start now.


Ricky Wong Wai-kay, Chairman of Hong Kong-based City Telecom, believed that City Telecom would be a dramatic change of breaking monopoly. ‘In the past, there was no choice to choose the free-to-air television service. The only choice is to watch it or not. Now, City Telecom will be another choice for all local audience,’ he said.


Wong said that the company would have a ground-breaking ceremony for its new office, which the company invested nearly HK$800 million and more than 15,000 sq ft, this Friday at Tseung Kwan O. ‘The new office will be in use after two years. It has eight studios in the office, which is the largest studio in Asia. Our new office will open all year around freely to the public. So people can see the process of shooting TV shows and dramas. ’ Wong said.


He aimed to recruit a further 700 new staffs by the end of the year and hoped that there will be around 1,700 staff members in 2013.


Responding to the question on how to be his new staff, Wong said, ‘The most important things are attitude and passion. I can tell you that it is very harsh when you work with me. To show your passion, you need to put your work in your first priority, not your lover or your family.’


Wong believed that Hong Kong is big enough to support the newcomers and City Telecom is not afraid of any challenges.
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