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New Media Wins over Traditional Media in Wenzhou Accident

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HONG KONG, 25 Oct.—With the number of Internet users in China surged to 0.485 billion, scholar, Qian Gang believes new media won over traditional media (on the aspect of effectiveness and entirety-awkward, rephrase in simpler terms so the reader knows exactly what you mean) in Wenzhou high-speed train accident.

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Qian Gang, the Director of the China Media Project at The University of Hong Kong, attends(vt-when did this happen?) a Journalism Seminar and examines(vt) the new role of China(noun form, should be adj) media in the Wenzhou train crash which happened this past July.


“Internet users filmed the moment before two train were crashed and uploaded it to Weibo,” said Qian Gang. Li Fang, the vice editor of Tengxun Web says ”new media have(vt) at least 20mins in advantage over traditional media in publishing news on Wenzhou accident”.


Qian Gang reviews the media coverage on Wenzhou train accident, “due to censorship pressure, many newspapers (were not dare enough-inc use of dare) to report the crash before official confirmation, and the fastest media only published it the next morning, ” he said. “While(or on the other hand) lots of Weibo users kept uploading the latest status on high-speed train accident throughout the night, with words and pictures included.”


Qian says Weibo is an effective mean for spreading information, ”many victims made use of Weibo to send out an SOS”. Apart from that, Li Fang believes the (growing of Weibo-reduce to two words)-(x)like platform giving rise to a thorough reporting.


“Owing to censorship pressure, (x) number of media were forced to quote new source from official news agency, like Xinhua News Agency,” Qian said. “The CCTV even failed to make live broadcast when the Premier, Wen Jiabao was delivering his speech at Wenzhou, while Weibo did.” (Such proved-inc use of such) that Weibo has been becoming a new media and its role in Wenzhou accident was definitely a remarkable milestone (on?) the history of journalism. Qian believes new media will be the biggest challenger to traditional media in term of its (effectiveness and entirety-ambiguous, be more precise)”

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