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Online News Editors: Keep fast and Be accurate

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Nov 13th— Online news editors need to be fast enough to satisfy readers’ request.

Chris C. Anderson, senior editor of Huffington Post, said in a lecture that online news editors must guarantee their articles are accurate, “only in this way can online news be readable and acceptable.”

“Nowadays the flow speed of information is increasingly fast,” said Anderson, adding that “people gradually develop the habit of searching news via their phones, or other social media, like Facebook, Twitter and so on.” Therefore, being fast is important in news production, to make news more attractive in readers’ choice.

“Online news should be fast, meanwhile it should also be with a level of accuracy,” Anderson said. If not, there would be fake news filled with the Internet, which goes against the basic principle of making news.

Besides insisting on fast and accurate, Anderson also said that Huffington Post is on its way to becoming an interactive media. “Social media is important to us,” said Anderson, “readers can comment on the news or give news critique through this way.”

Anderson also set the new website design of Huffington Post during U.S. Presidential Election as an example, “We added the part of vote online, to make more readers involve in the news and share their opinions with us.”

As an increasingly important online media, Huffington Post has already achieved a lot of attention in the U.S.

In the lecture, Anderson also said that Huffington Post is going to put its attention to the Asian area. “I’m here, what I do now is devoting to developing Huffington Post and making it more popular among readers,” said Anderson.

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