Shake up continues at ATV
Hong Kong - Asia Television (ATV) has lost three senior executives shortly after last week's appointment of a new CEO and executive chairman.
The resignations sees the departure of one of the broadcaster's most senior executives Dewy Ip, executive vice president along with Peter Kwan, senior VP for News & Public Affairs and Howard Ho, senior VP for engineering. All resignations are effective immediately.
In a statement ATV said all three had resigned for "personal interests".
"The Company respects their personal decision and grateful to Mr. Ip, Mr. Kwan and Mr. Ho for their contribution in the past and wishes them every success in their future endeavours," an ATV statement said.
Asia Television last week hired Ricky Wong as CEO and Linus Cheung as executive chairman.
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