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Going online to be more popular

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--105138 Jonathan 2012年11月13日 (二) 19:33 (UTC)
13 November 2012

Reporter: Jonathan Hui

105138 Jonathan 2012年11月13日 (二) 19:33 (UTC)

Going online to be more popular


In the age of technology, people can easily get information and news from the internet instead of traditional media. Being an American news website, The Huffington Post has also goes into the social network as much as possible.


Chris C. Anderson, senior editor of The Huffington Post attended the general assembly by Department of Journalism and Communication at Hong Kong Shue Yan University today. He gave a speech topic in “The rise of Huffington Post and what it takes to be a successful online news editor”. Chris mentioned that The Huffington Post has been doing as much as possible to increase their popularity. “Social is a big part of it”, said Chris. He said The Huffington Post will use the social network such as Facebook and Twitter, trying to reach more people from different parts of the world.


Being asked on how to improve the news content, Chris said the most important thing is to filtrate the junk materials. “We have to put up quality content and put them fast”, said Chris. He also claimed that it is essential to let the citizens to know what are the most important news happened around them. If they can’t do this, this means they are not doing their job well. Chris emphasizes he wants people care about what they are reporting, that is what they care about.


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