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Smart Phones Change the World of Journalism

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--095135 Lee Lai Sze 2012年4月4日 (三) 00:05 (UTC)
Smart Phones Change the World of Journalism


HONG KONG, APRIL 3-More and more people use smart phones. Stephen Quinn, the digital development editor of South China Morning Post, said today at a university that smart phones start a new era of journalism.


Reporter/ Lee Lai Sze, Fian


More Convenient for Journalists


Traditional journalists need to carry professional digital cameras and heavy equipment to have interviews and report different news. However, with smart phones, they can be more convenient to report news to the public immediately. They can use their smart phones to take important photos and record crucial videos whenever they need. Quinn pointed out that smart phones help journalists to reduce the burden of reporting. At least, they can send some sources of the breaking news to their news organizations at once with their smart phones.


Everyone can be Journalists


People may want to use their smart phones to record something important and meaningful to them. Actually, everybody can be journalists if they are sensitive enough. “Citizens may feel free to send newsworthy or interesting sources to any news organizations to report to the public,” Quinn said. As Quinn has mentioned that it is an era of mobile journalism (Mojo), everyone who has a smart phone is capable to be a citizen journalist. However, “editors should check the credibility of all sources before reporting and publishing,” Quinn added.

((solid work in your typical fashion...nice summation of his key points))

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