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Experienced Anchor: Be Professional, No Emotional

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Experienced Anchor: Be Professional, No Emotional

Reported by Alan Yu

People generally think that journalists can stand at the front line of the issues in the society. What related to journalists are justice, fairness and brightness. Ivan Yau, an experienced news anchor, said that journalists often have to face a dilemma of humanity.

Ivan gave a speech in Hong Kong Shue Yan University on Tuesday. He thought that a professional journalist should be patient, enthusiastic and persistent. Only with these characteristics can the journalists to find and truth and report the news and issues for the public efficiently and in a timelymanner. Furthermore, professional journalists should be able to control their motion when reporting, especially in the scenes of disaster. Yau recalled that he used to report the Garley Building Fire. Some people could not escape from the fire or be rescued. In the end, some people were burnt to die and hang on the windows. Some people’s skin was burnt off and their skeleton could be seen. When Yau saw these scenes, he felt desperately sorrowful and frustrated. However, he could not show his shock and frustration in front of the camera. Otherwise, audience might not be confident what he reported because any emotional performance could undermine the confidence of the information.

Some people always doubt that most of the media commit self-censorship on their news. Ivan disagreed at it because there were neither obvious nor scientific evidence that could prove the claim. He were not censored even though he reported some politics-sensitive issues. However, he suggested that if journalists thought that the institution did self-censorship, they could leave the institutions and join those institutions that its notion aligned with the journalists.

--095073 2012年3月6日 (二) 23:07 (UTC)

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