Senior news reporter Alex Sin Ching-fung (centre) leaves the i-Cable headquarters in Tsuen Wan after Tuesday’s sackings. Photo: Felix Wong Senior news reporter Alex Sin Ching-fung (centre) leaves the i-Cable headquarters in Tsuen Wan after Tuesday’s sackings. Photo: Felix Wong
Senior news reporter Alex Sin Ching-fung (centre) leaves the i-Cable headquarters in Tsuen Wan after Tuesday’s sackings. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong media

Hong Kong’s largest pay TV operator i-Cable apologises over poor handling of lay-offs

  • Company also says no further firings or pay cuts coming for next two years
  • The broadcaster reassigned or let go 100 staff earlier this week, triggering resignation of entire China desk, half of middle management and 11 local reporters

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Senior news reporter Alex Sin Ching-fung (centre) leaves the i-Cable headquarters in Tsuen Wan after Tuesday’s sackings. Photo: Felix Wong Senior news reporter Alex Sin Ching-fung (centre) leaves the i-Cable headquarters in Tsuen Wan after Tuesday’s sackings. Photo: Felix Wong
Senior news reporter Alex Sin Ching-fung (centre) leaves the i-Cable headquarters in Tsuen Wan after Tuesday’s sackings. Photo: Felix Wong
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