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Dear boss, please respect the press

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--095082 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:30 (UTC)

Fung Cheuk-woon

Tuesday, October 25, 2011


Many officials from different media organizations sat together at SYU today, and urged their bosses to treat the press with respect, not just emphasizing the profit they can make.


A seminar was held by HKSYU Journalism and Communication department today. Many experienced journalists and scholars were invited to discuss the current development of the media industry.


May Chan, the director of news & public affairs department of Commercial Radio, made her speech first. “Whether a media organization can align with social responsibility mainly depends on what its boss think, say the boss respect the freedom of press or not. I believe that the staff of RTHK and one of our guests here, Tammy Tam, may have something to share about. ” ((don't like this))


Tammy Tam responded with a bitter smile and expressed that it was her hardest moment in her career. Tam was the vice president of news & public affairs department of ATV. Its investor Wang Zheng was suspected that he intervened in the work of the ATV news department recently. “The news department is never a tool for making money,” Tam added.


The Chief Editor of Economic Times Chan Cho-biu said that many administrative personnel of the media organizations did not come from the media industry. He described them as people who only cared about money, regardless of the quality of the news reported. “In order to earn more, they may be willing to lay off reporters and editors,” Chan believes that it may affect the development of the media fundamentally.

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