BJC Talk Series 18: Creativity and Development in TV Broadcasting Industry

15 October 2014

BJC Talk Series 18: Creativity and Development in TV Broadcasting Industry


Mr Nick Ip Ka Po, Executive Director of ATV, was invited to be the guest speaker at the 18th BJC Talk. Mr Ip shared his valuable work experience in Television industry and analysed the development of Hong Kong Television industry. Moreover, he shared the development and future prospect of ATV and his unique insights of the sources of creativity with students. He pointed out that creativity comes from daily experience and brave innovation. He suggested students to observe the details of everyday life and think inventively in order to train creative thinking. The talk attracted an audience of over 300 students. After the talk, Professor Scarlet Tso, Dean of the School of Communication and 2 students from BJC were interviewed by ATV’s programme, “Asian Entertainment” and shared the views towards Hong Kong Television Industry.

 

 

Prof Scarlet Tso, Dean of the School of Communication, gave a speech

Prof Scarlet Tso, Dean of the School of Communication, gave a speech
MC of the talk, LAU Hiu Ming, BJC Year 3 student

MC of the talk, LAU Hiu Ming, BJC Year 3 student
Sharing session by Mr Nick Ip Ka Po (left) and Mr Brian So (right)
Sharing session by Mr Nick Ip Ka Po (left) and Mr Brian So (right)
Prof Scarlet Tso, Dean of the School of Communication (left) and Mr Nick Ip, Executive Director of ATV (right)

Prof Scarlet Tso, Dean of the School of Communication (left) and Mr Nick Ip, Executive Director of ATV (right)

Scenes at the talk
Scenes at the talk
BJC students raised questions during the Q & A session
BJC students raised questions during the Q & A session
Prof Scarlett Tso was interviewed by “Asian Entertainment”
Prof Scarlett Tso was interviewed by “Asian Entertainment”
Two students from Department of Journalism and Communication were interviewed by “Asian Entertainment”
Two students from Department of Journalism and Communication were interviewed by “Asian Entertainment”
Group Photo of Mr Nick Ip and Professors from School of Communication

Group Photo of Mr Nick Ip and Professors from School of Communication