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Journalists, stay professional in the world of mojo

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 yourself, as a citizen journalist, in a street and you saw a building on fire, would you take a photo and upload it to the Internet? With the smart phone technology, everyone can be reporters, entering into a world of mojo.

Mojo stands for mobile journalism. Stephen Quinn, the Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post claimed that smart phone allows everyone to be reporters, but yet, professionalism is needed and so the role of journalist won’t fade out. He said, “There is always a role for professional journalist. They need to give useful information to the audience.” ((great lead and secondary))

He continued and pointed out that many sources from the Internet is wrong and cannot be used for reporting, “They are so problematic,” he said.

Therefore he stressed that professionalism is needed, which means the journalists need to understand how to distinguish between problematic and worthwhile information, this is the “role of journalists” in the mojo world. Only worthwhile and precise information can be reported from professional journalists.

((concise and clear...very good example of positive brevity...good work))
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