In December 1992, when my relative came back to work, Zhao Jianhua, secretary of the radio party committee, talked to me: "After the approval of the Party Committee of the Radio and TV Department and the Propaganda Department of the Autonomous Region Party Committee, the radio station has established a chief editor's office, which consists of a propaganda department, a program management group, a reporter management group, and a Chinese language. There are eight sections including the Tonglian Group, the Uyghur Communication Group, the Chinese Broadcasting Group, the Uyghur Broadcasting Group, and the Data Group. The deputy director of the radio station is Yu Bin, who is also the chief editor's office director, and you are the deputy director of Tuoniang and Chen Liang.” At the first general assembly meeting of the radio editorial room, I sincerely stated: “Subordinate to distribution, do a good job of solidarity, rely on the masses, work hard, and never live up to the expectations of radio party committees and all staff.” When the party office of the chief editor’s office was established, I was elected secretary of the Party branch.
Not long after Yu Bin returned sick, the radio party committee decided that I would preside over the chief editor's office. I feel deeply responsible, learning harder, working harder, being strict with myself, being generous with others, working hard, fulfilling my duties, and working hard to complete the various tasks assigned by the radio party committee. In order to strengthen the propaganda and reporting of the remote areas and troops, according to the radio party committee's decision, I took the initiative to contact and appointed more than 20 special correspondents in various states and military regions, armed police, and air forces. In this way, my workload as the head of the journalism management team has multiplied. Every day, we need to revise, validate, and issue a large number of contributions from stationed reporters and special reporters.
The Xinjiang Air Force special correspondent Liu Fazhong sent a communication of more than 10,000 words, "The soul casts the Kunlun, and introduces the advanced deeds of Gao Huayu, a political commissar of a station stationed in the Xinjiang Air Force." I used the time of the day and night, worked hard to revise and edit, and compressed it to more than 2800 words. After being approved by Zhao Jianhua, I broadcast it in four parts on the radio night broadcast and early news programs. Responding greatly, the Political Department of the Xinjiang Air Force sent radio tapes and other materials to the Central Military Commission.
Among the station reporters and special correspondents, there are both director reporters and assistant reporters, and their business levels are uneven. I contacted the editors for practical work. He wrote "Reporters Should Be Good at Finding News on Their Own News", "Importance on Leading News of Radio News," "My View on Radio News Reform," and "How to Make Use of the Universality of Reporters' Contributions." The new and short news broadcasting news, and the "Treatment of Correct Relationship between Program Excellence and Revenue Creation" and other business papers have been published in the "Audio-visual World" and "Xinjiang News Circle" magazines. After reading these articles, some reporters once called me or wrote letters, praising the fact that the articles were relevant and targeted, and were instructive and helpful to them.
In recent years, social ethos has gone from bad to worse, and unhealthy styles such as "money first", "look for money", and "using power for personal gain" have become widespread. Faced with the temptation of money, I insisted on strictly speaking for myself, keeping myself clear-headed, clearing my life, working hard, never engaging in “paid news”, not using red envelopes, not writing non-editing, or issuing “relations”, not Remember "human sentiment". When the "Urumqi Fair" was held in 1993, a resident reporter sent a box of beer. I really couldn't give up and gave it to the driver and other colleagues. A resident reporter came to the radio station and gave me a few kilograms of dried apricots. I insisted on payment at the price. On one occasion, I and a colleague went to the Wujia Leather Factory to organize a program. The factory leader proposed to give us each a pair of high-grade leather shoes. I declined to make a promise.
In order to increase the time for income-generating programs in the editorial room, in addition to the original “Joint Program”, the “Broadcasting Hospital” program was established without additional personnel, funds, and equipment. I also serve as the head of the program. With colleagues from Jizhong, Wenzhong and Wenyu, they worked together to make good use of their programs and to create income well so that the programs became better and better. They were well received by the majority of listeners. This year, I was rated as an outstanding party member by the Radio and Television Department.
In the second half of 1994, the Personnel Division of the Radio and Television Department dispatched personnel to the radio editorial office to conduct public opinion polls. Among the three deputy directors, one was selected as the director. At that time, most people recommended me as the best candidate. Later, for unknown reasons, the radio party committee transferred Lin Yiqi, deputy director of the Tianshan Economic Radio Station, to the chief editor's office. When I heard this news, I was as surprised as everyone else. Many of my colleagues were angry with me and said that I was too honest. I only knew that I would work hard and would not go on the top line and I would suffer too much. Although I can't figure it out, I'm too embarrassed to find a radio leader. I thought: I am not good at words, stupid, a few words of leadership will top you back, why bother to look for, find trouble?