One of the three applicants for licences for new free-to-air television services believes it can win over a third of Hong Kong's viewers.Tuesday, 31 January, 2012, 12:00am
A fair number of companies now use Outward Bound-type courses to train and toughen young executives, but City Telecom (HK) has given that idea a whole new twist.22 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
The controversy might have died down, but a question mark continues to hang over how Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah awarded a HK$220 million cyber-learning contract to an affiliate of the Internet Professional Association (iProA).29 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
City Telecom (CTI), Hong Kong's second largest broadband service provider, has urged the government to fast-track new free-to-air television licences.
CTI chairman Ricky Wong (pictured) said he did not have a clue when the government would issue the licences, but hoped it would be soon.21 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
The speed of change in every business sector means companies must focus more than ever on the need to nurture new skills and different ways of thinking. To compete effectively over the medium and long-term it is essential for organisations to give staff the tools and mindset to operate at the top of their game.8 Jan 2011 - 12:00am
Ready to outwit, outlast, outplay, outrun and outread?
If you're a financial analyst who is also a keen marathon runner and a bookworm, you might just be the person Hong Kong Broadband Network is looking for to fill the chief executive post in 2025.19 Mar 2010 - 12:00am
Hong Kong officially has a free-TV duopoly enjoyed by TVB and ATV. But, judging by market share and advertising revenue, TVB effectively dominates the airwaves. The station has long been the predominant free-to-air broadcaster and the only one that consistently makes a profit. But a lack of competition doesn't help quality and content.4 Jan 2010 - 12:00am
Hong Kong television viewers could soon have more choice, with two companies seeking licences to operate new free-to-air services that would break the 30-year duopoly enjoyed by TVB and ATV.
Telecommunications firm City Telecom has lodged its licence application, and cable-television broadcaster Cable TV also plans to apply soon.1 Jan 2010 - 12:00am
Hong Kong Broadband Network, the fixed-line voice and broadband unit of City Telecom (Hong Kong), plans to boost its optical-fibre network to 2,000 commercial buildings in the next two years, according to director of corporate division John Chong.20 Jul 2009 - 12:00am
The Board of Examiners comprises members of the 2009 Training Awards Organising Committee and the 2008/09 Human Resources Development Management Committee
2009 Training Awards Organising Committee
John Allison (Chairman), vice-president of human resources Asia-Pacific, FedEx Express3 Jun 2009 - 12:00am
Micros-Fidelio Hong Kong
Ms Lam brings more than 20 years of senior executive experience in multi-brand and multi-property environments. Previously, she was senior vice-president - product and branding, and director of group strategy for Miramar Group.
Brendan Shair22 Dec 2008 - 12:00am
Ricky Wong Wai-kay was withering in his criticism of Asia Television (ATV). The broadcaster's new chief executive told staff it was probably the worst-run corporation he had seen. It had no internal communications, no morale and no direction. 'I think I just need only 20 per cent of my previous experience to successfully turn around ATV,' he said, just days after taking up the role.21 Dec 2008 - 12:00am
The somewhat farcical management struggle at Asia Television once again illustrates that the media is not purely a business. Though the dust has settled a bit after the stormy exit of short-lived chief executive officer Ricky Wong Wai-kay, ATV's problems deserve even more government attention than before.20 Dec 2008 - 12:00am
The Cha family, controlling shareholders in Asia Television, are considering a final, HK$300 million injection to rescue the loss-making broadcaster, a source close to the family has revealed.19 Dec 2008 - 12:00am
After two days of confusion, broadcaster accepts chief executive's decision to quit
The brief and turbulent term of Asia Television chief executive Ricky Wong Wai-kay formally came to an end yesterday when the broadcaster's board accepted his resignation and appointed him a consultant.
Mr Wong handed in his resignation at a board meeting yesterday morning.18 Dec 2008 - 12:00am