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Reporters must know how to control their emotions

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Edith Lau March 06, 2012

“As a reporter you must know how to control your emotions if you want to come to the forefront line and bring the truth to the public, especially for television news reporter.” said Ivan Man Wa Yau who had served as a television news reporter for many years.


Calm down, even facing a field littered with corpses

Ivan yau, former TVB anchor was present in Shue Yan University today, “when I arrived at the scene, the fire has not yet put out, through the camera I saw charred bodies were everywhere.” Recalling the deep-seated memories of reporting serious five-alarm fire of Garley Building in 1996,” my heart is filled with emotions at that time and I keep asking myself ‘why is this happening?’ however based on the professional conduct of the reporter, I try to calm down and report the scene to the audience equably, otherwise it will affect the credibility.” Yan said.


News is timelier

Yau thinks the news has progress a lot nowadays as the current television news is able to do live reports easily, which were previously rare. He also thinks that the news is timelier and enables interactions between audiences. [This is the only line of substance

[This article has no thrust whatsoever. I have no idea what you are trying to communicate. If you want to focus on Ivan's kournalistic experiences, you may do so, but it needs better frmaing and set up; as it stands, it feels jumbled, confusing, and pointless.]

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