Job - Senior Programme Officer/ Programme Officer, All's Well Media Co. Ltd.
All's Well Media Co. Ltd.

Now Baogu Movies
Is a fast expanding informational and cultural movie channel broadcasting to the Hong Kong audience on the now TV platformThe mission of the channel is to offer high quality movies, film information from Hong Kong and Mainland China and to spread film culture to the Chinese audiences.
We are now looking for highly energetic, creative driven professionals and devoted moviegoers to join us at the following capacities:

Senior Programme Officer/ Programme Officer

Job Ref.CT3101138-01#0026

Senior Programme Office/ Programme Officer

  • Responsible for the daily operations of Programme Scheduling including issuing programme schedules, playlist, EPG etc, and coordination with other related sections
  • Assist in programme research, materials delivery, strategic planning and acquisition
  • Writing programme highlights and synopsis
  • Assist in social media channel promotion


  • University Graduate with 1-2 years' experience in TV, Film or Media industry, preferably those having a good understanding of TV station operation flow
  • Excellent command of both English and Chinese, proficient in Mandarin
  • Strong interest in TV & Films
  • Web savvy and familiar with Photshop & Microsoft office
  • Experience in graphic production an advantage
  • Good at details and having great patience at work
  • An independent team player


Interested parties, please email full resume and expected salary in application.





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