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Derivative work is good, Sing Tao art director

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(Wong did not endorse the derivative work unconditionally and you should make a note of it in your report. He stressed that copycats have to observe professional ethics knowing what is acceptable and what is not. If a publication involves in kuso or derivative work, it naturally has to take its image and its standing among its readers into consideration, said Wong. You should mention that the coming of age of animated news video is attributed to the breakthrough internet technology and the widely popular smartphones. Without the 3G or 4G network, online animated news clips would be impossible. Wong even joked about this when he said, "you don't expect people to carry a computer on a train, do you?")


Derivative work is good, Sing Tao art director--105065 2013年3月26日 (二) 17:46 (UTC)

Parran Lau

(26 March 2013) Cynical figures are commonly found nowadays in Hong Kong on the Internet as a mean for the public to express their viewpoints. Danny Wong, the art director of Sing Tao Group, said in a university talk today that he supports the creation of derivative work so long as it does not harm the addressees.

"If the creations are just to have fun then I support them to a certain extent," said Wong, comparing the cynical figures to those cartoons published in foreign newspapers which aim at making jokes on the politicians. "I think it doesn't matter."

He added that using derivative works was a good way to speak up if they were not used to laugh at politicians and celebrities or to harm their reputation. He said derivative work producers were similar to those people who wrote big character posters in the past.

Asked about his opinions towards the popularity of animated news, Wong believes that using animated news is just to keep up with today's trend in reporting because the public have different satisfactions of news production in different decades.

"Our culture has been change to a 'fast-consuming' lifestyle," said Wong. "It's difficult for us to spend more than a minute in reading an article and we like reading the illustrations prior to the main text."

He said people in the previous generation have more spare time so that they spend longer in reading articles than nowadays. He described animated news as a storyteller who guides the readers to understand the story and thus, changes our mode of receiving information.

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