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Li Fang: Weibo has a great power

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Li Fang: Weibo has a great power

Although new media brings more convenience to the readers, traditional media can not be replaced, said a senior journalist yesterday at a forum.

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"Tencent Weibo has become closely connected with, and inseparable from, our daily life. During this SNS (Social Networking Service) dynasty, Weibo has developed at a fast speed. However, the traditional newspaper will not die out. It will survive, but it will not be the main stream of news anymore," said Li Fang, Deputy Editor-In-Chief of Tencent.


When the media faced difficulties, (they also lied on the opportunity - ??? What does this mean?). He also emphasized that the media would still keep accuracy, truth, and being objective as core values.


"The innovation of mobile phones makes it a success. It satisfied the people's fragment time. [What does 'it' refer to? Your pronoun usage is ambiguous here.][What is fragment time?] When you go to the toilet, you can bring the mobile with you, but you will not bring the PC," Li Fang added. He suggested that the public could be civil journalists with the mobile devices. "They are no longer being the information receivers, but shift the role as leaders or message senders."


Li illustrated with the example of the oil spill in East China's Bohai Bay. The citizens shared and discussed this news through weibo. "Citizens posted the news faster than the traditional media. Everyone can hold the power of media."


Another scholars, Agnes Lam, the head of the Department of Communications of the University of Macau, and Qian Gang, the director of the China Media Project of Hong Kong University, also agreed with this point. Qian even said Weibo was the gift of God. "The combination of news and weibo has a great power of spreading in China."


Qian pointed out that press censorship could be found on the mainland. However, weibo could break this rule. The public could use their phones and cameras to shoot the incident at the same time. (As the government was difficult to control - ???), the public could share the restricted news, such as was the case of the Wenzhou High Speed Train Crash, widely through weibo.

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--105013 2011年10月25日 (二) 21:42 (UTC)
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