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Red Signal To Reporters When Media Evolves

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Choya Choi


March 6-When you have a smart phone in hand, everyone can be a civil journalist. What do we need a professional journalist for? ((excellent))


Ivan Yau Man Wah, a former anchor of TVB, believes nowadays journalists face challenges as technology evolves the media. He points out that advanced technology has greatly improved the speed of broadcasting a report, no matter in what format.


“Better quality of tools and easy access to the internet allow reporters to report speedily with good visual and sound quality,” says Mr. Yau, indicating the advantages that new technology brings. “But good reporting lies not only on efficiency, the quality of reporting skills matters.” ((very good))


Mr. Yau believes accuracy is guaranteed in professional reporting. He refers to accuracy as “basic concepts like abc” in the art of journalism. Professional reporters learn to digest and concentrate the key factors of the whole event in concise and accurate wordings, making a piece of news easy to understand by the audience.


Mr. Yau also points out that journalists play an important role in the society as they help revealing the truths. He describes news as “a coin has two sides,” which can either help improving a situation, or else worsening.


“Objectivity is crucial to news reporting, and journalists should verify the truthfulness of information before publishing the news,” says Mr. Yau.


“That’s why we need professional journalists- we know what to present to our audiences.” ((very very good article...consistent and strong throughout...great work!)

--095008 2012年3月6日 (二) 23:31 (UTC)
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