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New phones create new news products

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New phones create new news products

With more smartphone users, a new word called “Mojo” meaning using mobile phones for reporting emerged for smartphone users who utilizes the functions of the phone to report news events (shorten sentence-too many subject-verb). Timothy Pool, a 26-year-old boy from Chicago, used his iPhone 4S to run a 21-hour report(ing-omit) in the Occupy Wall Street protests last year. His reporting (works-omit) had soon been widely spread on the Internet bringing him to mainstream media. News organizations start to make use of this platform created by phones for developing a new way for “Mojo” journalism. (good example)

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Stephen Quinn, the Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post, said the production of news changes from transferring data from computers to one-man production by one single device. “The functions appeared on phone are useful for reporting news events,” Quinn said. The camera and video function enables users to record, edit and deliver the clips by simply using their fingers to control (object missing, control(x)).


“Everyone can shoot, everyone could be a source,” Quinn said. From the digital age, people in the scene could take pictures and send to news organizations as a source. “Before using other’s work, journalists have to make sure the pictures are originally taken with no legal obligation,” Quinn said. Not only for journalists, “Mojo” creates a more challenging environment for people to create their own news platforms other than mainstream news organizations. (good way to end)

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--095118 2012年4月3日 (二) 17:27 (UTC)

Mojo - media with technology (Updated)

With more smartphone users, a new word called “Mojo” meaning using mobile phones for reporting emerged. Mojo allows users to utilize the functions of the phone to report news events . Timothy Pool, a 26-year-old boy from Chicago, used his iPhone 4S to run a 21-hour reporting in the Occupy Wall Street protests last year. His reporting workshad soon been widely spread on the Internet bringing him to mainstream media. News organizations start to make use of this platform created by phones for developing a new way for “Mojo” journalism. (good example)

        Rico Yeung 


Stephen Quinn, the Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post, said the production of news changes from transferring data from computers to one-man production by one single device. “The functions appeared on phone are useful for reporting news events,” Quinn said. The camera and video function enables users to record, edit and deliver the clips by simply using their fingers to control the phone.


“Everyone can shoot, everyone could be a source,” Quinn said. From the digital age, people in the scene could take pictures and send to news organizations as a source. “Before using other’s work, journalists have to make sure the pictures are originally taken with no legal obligation,” Quinn said. Not only for journalists, “Mojo” creates a more challenging environment for people to create their own news platforms other than mainstream news organizations. (good way to end)

--095118 2012年4月10日 (二) 19:08 (UTC)
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