March 22, 2023
Media Personalities

Patrick Fok TVB Journalist Wiki, Bio, Age, Wife, Children & Salary

Patrick Fok is a Reporter/Anchor for TVB, He also has another main role as FSN’s APAC Head of Strategy where he develops partnerships between the Washington DC headquartered agency and TV networks as well as other media outlets across the region. Fok who is a Hong Kong native previously worked for Reuters and Channel NewsAsia in Singapore.

Patrick Fok Education

He graduated with a BA, in Media and Cultural studies from Kingston University from 2002 to 2005. He did his postgraduate Diploma in Journalist from 2006 to 2008 at The University of Hong Kong.

Patrick Fok Career

According to his biography, Fok also acts as a Greater China correspondent and reports regularly for TRT World, i24, CGTN, France 24, and SABC. Prior to joining FSN, Patrick headed Reuters Broadcast Solutions in Asia, where he helped launch Viu TV’s English-language news programmes. He is also credited for his role in launching TRT World in Istanbul in 2015 and anchored the network’s first bulletin that went to air.

Fok writes on his Linkedin that he spent two years researching, producing, and scripting long-form documentaries that covered topics such as medical, social, education as well as politics. He also has years of experience as a financial news reporter.

Patrick Fok Salary

According to glassdoor, The estimated total pay for an Entertainment Reporter at TVB USA is $61,841 per year. The amount represents the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and is based on salaries collected from our users.

Patrick Fok’s Wife & Children

Fok is married to a beatiful wife and has two children. He occasionally shares photos of his lovely family on his social media platforms, especially Instagram.

Patrick Fok Twitter

On Twitter, Fok describes himself as Head of APAC Strategy, @FeatureStory. Ex-Reuters, ChannelNews Asia and TVB.

His latest news feature was on PBS where he covered China’s record-breaking heat wave that experts say has started to ease. he also touched on the power shortages that came with the searing temperatures that have raised questions about the region’s heavy reliance on hydropower and the country’s ambitions to end its use of fossil fuels.