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No more reporters is needed, Senior Journalist believed

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Li Fang, Deputy Editor in Chief of Tencent.com, said yesterday that wei bo was going to replace traditional media and the reporters from traditional media needed to find their new way out.

Li explained that because of the “mobile network”, people could go online at anytime. Thus, the soaring of wei bo created gratification for internet users. It helps people to “make use of their time fragments”, like the time spent traveling, he said. [You introduce a new term - "time fragments" - and then explain it. Excellent!]

“What are the values, specialties, and outlets of traditional media?” Li asked. He said wei bo sets the public agenda instantly, which even the reporters’ from traditional media need to follow.

“Certain reporters make use of wei bo to give text format of ‘live casting’,” he said smiling. ”Every one can be a reporter in the future once there is a platform, like wei bo.”

Li took the 723 Wenzhou train crash as an example. “The rail crash news was reported by wei bo earlier than that of traditional media by about 20 minutes,” he said.

Even for international news, like the death of Michael Jackson, wei bo has a quicker reporting rate than CNN, Li added.

He further explained that his company, Tencent Wei Bo, linked the users’ post with the QQ instant messenger system. Thus, users go online on the instant messenger could easily follow others’ posts and spread out the news.

“If there were no wei bo for people to share information, we could only know the news about Libya from Global Times,” Li added.

Facing fierce competition from SINA, Li said that he would not compare the numbers of user with that of SINA. He believes that SINA has its own character, for example close linkages with traditional media. But Tencent has the QQ system.

He thought that the competition should be based on the services the company provided. “I always thanked my opponents when I saw them at conferences,” he said. “Competition pushes us to improve our services and grab our audiences.”

[This is a good article, and is well-focused, but NOT on the headline. You never say why 'no more reporters' are needed. Focus on your headline, and make sure you discuss the issues alluded to in your headline.]

[Grade: B+]

--095099 2011年10月25日 (二) 19:32 (UTC)
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