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Event Special Guest Talk:
Building a Career in the Media Industry – Stay Tuned!!
Building a Career in the Media Industry – Stay Tuned!!
Date 24 October 2014 (Friday)
Time 3:30 to 5:00pm
Venue Seminar Room 2, 1/F Wu Chung Multimedia Library
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Speaker's Bio
陳美思(Joanne Chan)
新城電台高級節目監製及主持 Senior Producer & Program Host, Metro Radio

Background: 文化管理碩士(香港中文大學)、 語文及傳意學榮譽學士(香港理工大學)MA in Cultural Management (CUHK), BA (Hons) in Language & Communication (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
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Workshop Description Do you have something to say? Do you want to say it so that people in Hong Kong can hear it? Have you ever wondered how to produce and host a radio program? How do you develop a career in the media industry in Hong Kong?

Our speaker, Ms Joanne Chan of Metro Radio, will share with you her academic background in language, communication and cultural management; and how she uses this knowledge in her everyday radio programs. Joanne will also give you useful advice and tips on how to develop a career in the local media industry – stay tuned!!

Medium of Delivery: Cantonese

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