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Wong: Delay comes in right time

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--095164 2012年2月8日 (三) 03:44 (UTC)

Asia Television lodged an objection in granting the licenses to the current 3 free-television venture. The action made a sudden brake to the operation of 3 free broadcasting station. However, Chairman of City Telecom (HK) Ltd (1137) Ricky Wong Wai Kay says the delay comes in perfect time, as it grant the crew extra time in drama production before the launch of CTI.

  Wong described the “accidental delay” as a surprising present to the production of in-house drama. They aimed at produce 200 hours of drama episodes before the operation of CTI . “It wasn’t really an obstacle to the operation of broadcasting station as we actually need more time to produce “cans of drama”, 200 hours of stock is the most ideal number in our expectation.” Wong added.

  Wong promised that there will be 10.52 million of expenditure in order to support drama production, with expected 260 hours of drama produced in 2011, and 650 hours in 2013.

  Last year, City Telecom spent HK$20 million hiring 340 production crew, including 140 actors and 180 stagehands. Wong said there are plans to hire 1,000 more this year, and 700 next year. He asserted that TV producers have been unreasonably underpaid. “These talented people deserve better treatment.”

  In the past, directors had to film 20 episodes in 4 months, but now the production time have been elongated to 6 months. Wong believes better quality comes with longer production time.

“It’s my job to provide the the creative team a most comfortable working environment. I am not a genius on creative work, but I am good at management.” Wong said.

He believes that the performance of creative team will be more explosive under stressful but not exploiting working environment, which beneficial to the quality of drama production.
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