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When CTI Immerges Into The Free-TV Industry

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Choya Choi

FEB 21-The Broadcast Authority has not yet decided when to give out free-TV license; Ricky Wong is already busy recruiting expertise from TV industry and new blood from universities, hoping to get ready to commence broadcasting early in October this year.


Ricky Wong, the Chairman of the City Telecom (HK) ltd, has invested over two billions to the new free-TV channel. In order to revolute the dull free-TV industry, he places higher concerns on the production line.


“We planned to start broadcasting with a total of six channels on 1 October,” says Ricky Wong. “Meanwhile, besides news production, we are aiming to get 260 hours of TV drama filmed in the first year. We have already got more than 180 crews working behind the screen.”


Ricky Wong and his crews refer the new CTI channel as a “brand new world” as he allows the script writers and directors a larger space of imagination and a higher level of control over script writing.


Suen Ho-Ho, the ex-filmographer of TVB, believes the open working environment at CTI can help improving the deteriorating TV drama production in recent years.


“When I worked at TVB, we blindly followed the ‘orders’ of the boss when we did the script writing,” says Suen. “But Mr. Wong here encourages us to debate with him and stand firm to what we think is important, not to mention he has introduced many techniques overseas to the studio. The TV drama production at CTI is sure to bloom.”


With a large team of experienced and talented crews and enthusiastic rookies recruited, the CTI is confident to compete against the two long-existing free TV channel.


All Ricky Wong can do is to “wait and see.”


--095008 2012年2月21日 (二) 19:53 (UTC)
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