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Journalists need to stay hungry

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Chloe Chiu


HKSYU, 3 APR - “Stay hungry, Stay foolish!” is one of the famous scriptures from Steven Paul Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Inc. Staying hungry leads people to strive for progression.


Technological change and its impact on journalism throughout the world dominate the nature of news reporting and cause revolutionary alteration(plural). Stephen Quinn, digital development editor of the South China Morning Post, (being-change to past tense) the guest speaker of general assembly in HKSYU. He believes that it is part of a challenge to traditional journalists, but not a threat.


"Fundamentally, you should have skill or ability (that not for many people-revise). What journalists need is a selling point,” Stephen Quinn said.


Quinn stressed the web is a huge copying machine and people would copy any innovative ideas from others. Being a journalist is a life-long learning process, always training yourself with new skills is the best way to keep you ahead of competitors.(good)


“To a great extent, journalists have to keep updating new skills to deal with the keen competition and survive in the industry.” Quinn said. He mentioned that mobile devices are the ‘real golden nugget’ for journalists to search (preposition) information.


Stephen Quinn is a journalist (with?) some of the world's best-known media houses in 5 countries between 1975 and 1995 and (be-omit) a() university educator in 6 countries from 1996-2011. Since November 2011, he joined South China Morning Post as digital development editor. His professional role is to help media professionals understand and use digital media (to do better journalism-to be better...), and ultimately serve society better.


His (specialties of being a digital development editor-either start with being a digital.., he is...OR he is a specialist in...), he is responsible to lead mobile phone newsgathering (MOJO) and writes weekly wine review column for China Daily.


Good title.


Correction

Professor's comment: Good title.


By Chloe Chiu


HKSYU, 3 APR - “Stay hungry, Stay foolish!” is one of the famous scriptures from Steven Paul Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Inc. Staying hungry leads people to strive for progression.


Technological change and its impact on journalism throughout the world dominate the nature of news reporting and cause revolutionary alterations. Stephen Quinn, digital development editor of the South China Morning Post was the guest speaker of general assembly in HKSYU. He believes that it is part of a challenge to traditional journalists, but not a threat.


"Fundamentally, you should have skill or ability (that not for many people-revise). What journalists need is a selling point,” Stephen Quinn said.


Quinn stressed the web is a huge copying machine and people would copy any innovative ideas from others. Being a journalist is a life-long learning process, always training yourself with new skills is the best way to keep you ahead of competitors. (good)


“To a great extent, journalists have to keep updating new skills to deal with the keen competition and survive in the industry.” Quinn said. He mentioned that mobile devices are the ‘real golden nugget’ for journalists to search for information.


Stephen Quinn is a journalist in/from some of the world's best-known media houses in 5 countries between 1975 and 1995 and an university educator in 6 countries from 1996-2011. Since November 2011, he joined South China Morning Post as digital development editor. His professional role is to help media professionals understand and use digital media to do better journalism, and ultimately serve society better.


He is a specialist in digital design and development and responsibles to lead mobile phone newsgathering (MOJO) and writes weekly wine review column for China Daily.
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