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Mojo, a Rising Reporting Trend

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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HONGKONG – 3 April- With smart phones becom(e-progressive ending) widely used nowadays, Stephen Quinn, the digital development editor of South China Morning Post, said at a university assembly that “Mojo” (mobile journalism) becomes more common.


“The journalists no longer need to carry the heavy cameras and purchase the expensive equipments,” Quinn said. “With the Mojo kit (Smart phones), everyone can report.”


He said that the smart phones help in the development of mobile journalism. “You can simply download (recording) apps in your smart phones and then you can easily finish a live broadcasting.”


Mobile journalism does not only shorten the reporting time of the news but also the cost of it. He explained that the price of a live broadcasting using traditional reporting kit, which includes hand-held camera and broadcast vans, can cost up to a million US dollars; however, the cost of reporting with smart phones is under a thousand US dollars. (good!)


With smart phones as the combination of cameras, video recorders and transmitters, using them (in-to report(ing) brings an alarm of privacy intrusion. “Cell phones are everywhere and we don’t know when we are videotaped,” said Quinn. He pointed that the law should be revised for better privacy protection.


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HONGKONG – 3 April- With smart phones being widely used nowadays, Stephen Quinn, the digital development editor of South China Morning Post, said at a university assembly that “Mojo” (mobile journalism) becomes more common.


“The journalists no longer need to carry the heavy cameras and purchase the expensive equipments,” Quinn said. “With the Mojo kit (Smart phones), everyone can report.”


He said that the smart phones help in the development of mobile journalism. “You can simply download (recording) apps in your smart phones and then you can easily finish a live broadcasting.”


Mobile journalism does not only shorten the reporting time of the news but also the cost of it. He explained that the price of a live broadcasting using traditional reporting kit, which includes hand-held camera and broadcast vans, can cost up to a million US dollars; however, the cost of reporting with smart phones is under a thousand US dollars.


With smart phones as the combination of cameras, video recorders and transmitters, using them to report brings an alarm of privacy intrusion. “Cell phones are everywhere and we don’t know when we are videotaped,” said Quinn. He pointed that the law should be revised for better privacy protection.

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