The ‘Who is Wilson Worldwide?’ series is a way of letting you get to know exactly who we are, whether you are a follower of what we do, someone looking to get to know a bit more about the industry, or just someone who happened to stumble upon us. The company is small in number but has a huge passion for creating the best possible content for your TV, and over the next few weeks you will get to know the people behind the ideas, when we ask them a little bit about themselves.
This week we speak to Lyu Xin, who is one of the newest members of the team. Lyu Xin has started interning with us, so we asked her to answer a few questions about herself so we could get to know all about her!
What is your name?
What is your job title?
What is your job description/ what are your responsibilities?
How long have you worked here?
What were you doing before you worked here?
I Used Vyond to make videos, PR videos, as well as company brochures, and participated in decision-making discussions for things such as website modifications.
What is the best thing about your job?
Maybe the answer will be a little bit official. The best thing is that I can present my ideas and then see the results of my work.
What is your favourite project that you have worked on?
During my college life, there was a course called design proposals which was very practical. There was a project to design activities for TAYOHYA which is a company selling fashionable furniture. The owner hoped to hold a campaign before the Spring Festival. At that time, our group had to classify and organize the ideas and design a series of activities. One of the ideas was to send holiday greeting cards to exsisting customers, based on traditional Chinese design.
What made you want to work in tv production?
I like variety shows and talk shows very much, and always imagine that I could be the person who organizes variety shows behind the scenes, or talk show hosts one day. I previously worked at Shanghai Media Group and Tongxiang TV. I know something about TV production. After doing that, I still enjoy working on TV. During my time at the station, I found that I had no access to all the processes. Therefore, I am looking forward to applying my previous experience and learning more in this internship.
For anyone wanting to work in TV production what advice would you give them?
We’re used to seeing TV or video from the perspective of the audience. If you want to be in this business, you need to look at things from the perspective of television production. How do you attract viewers to your show? How could the show positively influence people? How to plug in ads quietly? The television production industry is very laborious, but also needs the worker to have the enthusiasm and the idea.
Any hobbies outside of work?
Travel, playing badminton, keeping fit, and food.
Favourite programme to watch that is on at the moment and why?
First, I admire people with high intelligence. People with high iqs radiate charisma of their own. Then, the show is competitive and challenging. The competition system of the program attracted me to watch it all the time.
Anything else you want to add?
Lovely to join in the team.
What is your favourite quote or saying?
Right here, right now