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Senior editor at online media: Printed newspaper would not be replaced totally

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(Just cut down on your personal remarks in your lead. Go straight to what Anderson had said about all those prestigious newspapers that either folded or went on-line. You forget to mention the fact that the Huffington Post had never existed as a printed publication. Unlike other traditional printed media, the Huff Post started out as a news website, a digitized news outlet with blogs. )

Date: 2012-11-13

Reporter: Chan Wing Yan


Online news is very popular these days. Traditional printed newspapers are developing into some digital versions. Someone is worrying about the printed ones would be replaced. Chris C. Anderson, a senior editor at Huffington Post, mentioned the importance of digital newspaper but claimed that printed newspaper would not be replaced totally at a university talk.


Huffington Post is an American news website, content aggregator and blog. It has gained a lot of click-rates in the US and all over the world. As a senior editor working in an online media, Anderson pointed out the trend of digital media. “Things are changing now,” he stressed the importance of a great circulated newspaper to put things on digital channel. He added, “people consume news online now, on a tablet instead of on a paper.” However, Anderson did not think the online ones would replace the printed ones totally. He thought it might be a combination of both online and printed news, they would work with each other closely.


Being asked why Huffington Post would choose Japan as the first place to launch in Asia, Anderson explained that Japan has the least censorship among Asia countries. He mentioned China when talking about censorship problem. He thought there were too many restrictions in China which journalists could not feel comfortable with; while Japan did not have censorship problem to restrict journalist. Anderson also said that it was possible that Huffington Post might be launched in Hong Kong in the future.

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