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Professional Journalists will not be replaced by citizen journalists

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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The advance in technology, especially mobile devices, encourages citizens to be journalist. However, professional journalists will not be replaced by citizen journalist, said by Stephen Quinn, Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post.

Reporter/ Yam Vicky

Smart phones equip camera, recorder and software for reporting news, and can help journalist sends the news back to newsroom very fast with good quality. Quinn said, “A student journalist sent back a slideshow reporting in the 2010 Winter Olympics to the newsroom faster than other reporters using smart phone. He took 20 minutes to make the slideshow and transferred it from the top of the mountain to the newsroom.”

The low cost of smart phones convenience citizens to be journalists. Professional journalists are different from citizen journalists and cannot be replaced by citizen journalists. It is because professional journalists are skilled to report news with good quality, have specific knowledge such as law about copyright and libel, have huge social network that have many friends with special career. [Good point.] The most important thing is that professional journalists have their moral value towards reporting news. That is why reporters who are trained in reporting news have their value and cannot be replaced.[Great, focused paragraph.]

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