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Huff Post Senior Editor: No Plan of Entering China Market

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(You did not have to break down into one sentence per one paragraph just to make your report looked lean. You should put more emphasis on the China censorship issue. You mentioned that "what Huff Post is doing is against Chinese government policy of internet," but shouldn't it be the other way around? What Anderson said actually was that under the Chinese censorship, the Huff Post would have to worked within a boundary and that was AGAINST its principal. What Anderson meant was that the Huff Post was following the Google practice: it won't sacrifice its principal to appease the Chinese regulation.)

Venus Yeung

The Huffington Post (Huff Post) had “no plan right now” of launching into China as there is censorship in China, said a senior editor of Huff Post yesterday.

Because of censorship by Chinese government, Huff Post would have to “work within a boundary” after launching into the country, said Chris C. Anderson, Senior Editor of Huff Post.

However, there were many bloggers in Huff Post, so what Huff Post is doing is against Chinese government policy of internet, said Anderson.

Therefore, Huff Post chooses to launch in Japan as the first station in Asia instead.

Moreover, the rise of Huff Post is an indicator of the rise of digital news media and marked the decline of printed news media, according to Anderson.

“Huff Post wasn’t built for print,” said Anderson. It was launched on mid-2005, as an American news website, content aggregator and blog.

Anderson said that people nowadays enjoy reading news through social networking websites, like Facebook and Twitter. For instance, Twitter updates were faster than news from news media in 2011 Japan Tsunami.

However, there is a problem Huff Post, and any other digital news media, is facing.

“When staying behind the computer screens, people can easily be jerks,” said Anderson. Therefore, algorithm to filter every comment is necessary to “filter away jerks”.

--105029 2012年11月14日 (三) 00:29 (UTC)
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