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Journalist needs professionalism, says media specialist

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reporter: Cindy Chui

Imagine yourselves in a crime scene, fire scene or even earthquake, what would you feel? In fact, it is common for all of us to feel scared. However, journalists need to control these emotions, ((as said by Ivan Yau today)). (awkward)

Ivan Yau is an experienced media specialist, and he now works on corporate communications. He said, “Journalists need to work and be professional in those scenes, they are not an ordinary passerby,” therefore he claimed that journalists should be able to control their emotions and make professional judgments.

He remembered the time he first entered this industry, when he knew nothing about journalism. “I was not a journalism graduate student,” he said. He was scolded by his editor at that time as he didn’t write the news article properly. “The editor said he was sure that I was not major in journalism,” he continued, “Indeed, that’s true.”

However, he worked hard from that day onwards and learnt from CBS main news, ABC news. He learnt to include all elements a piece of news should include in 1-2 minutes. “No punchy sentences are allowed,” he said. He then commented on the sound bites produced by journalists nowadays. “The sound bites are sometimes annoying. The lead of the news should not repeat what the soundbite said. Or else, it would be just wasting the audiences' time,” he said.

((some great points here, some that all students should heed...nice job on the article, save for a couple sloppy points))
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