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MOJO benefits the journalists

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Mobile Journalism (MOJO), (verb) widely used in journalism nowadays, because of the development of technology, (is?-who?) a faster and more convenient type of journalism than before which means journalists report the news by mobile phone. (sentence too long, check subject verb relationship in each clause, &shorten)

“MOJO benefits the journalists a lot, because it saves a large amount of cost of journalism equipments,” said Stephen Quinn, Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post. The function of mobile phone is a combination of writing, taking photos and recording videos. Due to (it-because of this), when reporters going out for interviews, the only equipment they need to bring is this easy-to-carry and multifunctional equipment. Mobile() helps journalists become easier to do their interviews (as times?).

The features of MOJO are faster and more convenient than traditional journalism. Stephen said that in 2010 Winter Olympics, MOJO was helpfully used. It was because the local press center is two hours drive from Whistler Mountain, where the competition took place. In this case, journalists reported the news through their mobile phones.

Although MOJO is generally used among (art-then singular-publics) as well, which may (bring the influence-use influence as verb) to professional journalists. Stephen told journalists “don’t be afraid”, because professional journalists can take full advantage of their professional skills and special views to cover the shortages of speed.

Good, the only change is the influence bit, the reader is unsure if the influence is threatening or invasive? Then they can understand why the speaker says don't worry.

--095006 2012年4月3日 (二) 23:50 (UTC)


REVISON:

Mobile Journalism (MOJO) is widely used in journalism nowadays. Because of the development of technology, MOJO is a faster and more convenient type of journalism than before which means journalists report the news by mobile phone.

“MOJO benefits the journalists a lot, because it saves a large amount of cost of journalism equipments,” said Stephen Quinn, Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post. The function of mobile phone is a combination of writing, taking photos and recording videos. Because of this, when reporters going out for interviews, the only equipment they need to bring is this easy-to-carry and multifunctional equipment.

The features of MOJO are faster and more convenient than traditional journalism. Quinn said that in 2010 Winter Olympics, MOJO was helpfully used. It was because the local press center is two hours drive from Whistler Mountain, where the competition took place. In this case, journalists reported the news through their mobile phones.

Although MOJO is generally used among the public as well, which may influence professional journalists. Because of the large amount and wide coverage of the general public, they may publish news much faster than journalists. And the reality of the news is doubtful, which may lead the negative effect of news. However, Quinn told journalists “don’t be afraid”, because professional journalists can take full advantage of their professional skills and special views to cover the shortages of speed.

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