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Qian Gang's Perspective on Media in the Middle Kingdom

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Owing to the rapid Internet growth, the way of news reporting changes, and so does the freedom of the press.


Qian Gang, Director of China Media Project at The University of Hong Kong’s Journalism and Media Studies Center, expressed his perspective on the niche of the media in China. Regarding the rail crash in Wenzhou on July 23, Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee had once made commands, to control the media. The mainland media were only allowed to quote from Xinhua News Agency, without their editorial independence. However, the growing popularity of microblog (Weibo) has led journalists to share their articles without scrutiny.


Qian took the bullet train tragedy as an example, to indicate the extent of the public concern. He said the Publicity Department of CPC Central Committee had ordered the agencies’ reporters to dismiss, and allowed only the controlled news, with a view to alleviating this incident.


Additionally, he described the headlines of Beijing News had been executed, putting to death. (((awkward)))


“It’s lucky to have those reporters with good deeds.” Qian told that on account of the collaboration of some good reporters in Xinhua News Agency, the truth was later revealed.


On the other hand, the ‘rebellion’ of the mainland media afterwards was precious. They united and voiced their discontent. “(What being twisted were not journalists),” Qian emphasized. It was obvious in the microblog world, as they would write and share what had not been controlled.


--馮健鏗、Ryan Fung Kin Hang 2011年10月25日 (二) 22:41 (UTC)
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