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MoJo, a new journalism era

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) is a new kind of journalism (that-where) (article) reporter can do the reporting (just by-switch order) using smartphone with internet access. The Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post, Stephen Quinn, attended the Hong Kong Shue Yan University as a guest speaker and said that MoJo will be very important important in journalism industry.


MoJo requires multimedia elements. Reporters have to record video and deliver the news right (at (the-a) moment's notice) so that the audience can get the breaking news right away. Quinn thought that MoJo can attract more readers.


“It can attract more online audiences and also increase the advertising revenues for news agencies,” he said.


Before, reporters had to bring heavy video camera and other (different-not necessary) devices in order to cover a news with visual image, however, it is easier nowadays.


“Nowadays, people can report easily with their multi-function mobile phones. It encourages the public to be reporters,” Quinn said. Smartphone is definitely changing the journalism industry and creating a new era. And the reporters are expected to be even faster (to-when cover-progressive ending +article news).


Though the devices (are important to be a mobile journalist-unclear subject verb relationship-devices are imp?-revise), the fundamental elements of being a reporter (hasn’t-present tense) changed.


“Time and accuracy are all important for MoJo,” Quinn exphasized. Technology and being fast are all important, however, if (a) news isn’t true, it means nothing. He thought that time and accuracy are interdependen(ce-adj not noun form in this case). Reporters should strike a balance in order to be (a-omit) competent journalist(plural).

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