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In-depth is the key, said Esme Lau

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Cheung Kin-chung fails to satisfy local press(Is this your original title?)

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Esme Lau, the Public Affairs Manager of the Power Assets Holdings Limited, gave a talk in Shue Yan University today(date?). She said the way people read the news is (processing a great change?what do you mean by that?).


“How many of you still read the newspapers?” she asked. Plenty of students raised their hand. “And how many of you actually buy newspapers and read them, but do not get your news from the internet?” Just a few kept their hands raised.


Nowadays, digital products(vague) allow public to access to the internet and read news so rapidly that the could not compare. It is an advantages but also a disadvantages. People consume the short and shallow news information, though it is fast, but the accuracy and depth of reporting are not able to be guaranteed.


“Only the in-depth reporting could really help you to get the whole picture of a news story. The so-called ‘news story’ online is just too superficial,” Lau stated. Just like eating fast food, you may feel full within a short time, but in lone-term, it is harming your health.

What is your news angle? I would like for you to consider the depth of your own article. What valuable information did you provide the reader that he or she would not have already known?

Also your title could be changed to "Depth is key".
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