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Hong Kong Television Network Limited (formerly known as City Telecom (H.K.) Ltd.) is a Hong Kong and the U.S. listed company (HKEX : 1137; NASDAQ : HKTV). Established in 1992, the Group possesses extensive and successful experience in telecom market liberalization, popularizing advanced technology & applications.

The Group strives to expand its foothold to the TV industry. Since 2011, Hong Kong Media Production Company Limited has been aggressive in forming the dream team of artistes, production and creative Talents. Our team currently consists of hundreds of production and creative Talents and has also signed up over 220 artistes.

In August 2011, the Government granted Hong Kong Media Production Company Limited a parcel of land in Tseung Kwan O to build its TV & Multimedia Production Centre. With not less than 500,000 sq. ft. gross floor area, Hong Kong Media Production Company Limited with invest HK$800 million to the Centre, to build the largest studio in Asia with an area of 18,000 square ft. and post-production suite equips with 3D and Super High-definition production facilities. The production centre is expected to go into full operation in early 2014.

At commencement, HKTV will broadcast 5 channels, and will increase to 30 in 6 years. HKTV targets to produce double ouput in 2013 that compared to year 2012.

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Mr. WONG Wai Kay, Chairman
Mr. CHEUNG Chi Kin, Vice Chairman
Ms. TO Wai Bing, Chief Executive Office
 
Talent Management Department
Telephone :     +852 3145 6888
Fax :         +852 2199 8755
Email :     career@hktv.com.hk

Media Relations
Telephone :     +852 3145 6888
Fax :         +852 2199 8372
Email :     pr@hktv.com.hk

Investor Engagement
Contact Person :     Ms. Alice Wong, Chief Financial Officer
Telephone :     +852 3145 6888
Fax :         +852 2199 8354
Email :     investor_engagement@hktv.com.hk

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