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Tim Chan: Newspaper Won't Die, It'll Just Morph

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With the advancement of technology, people said that newspaper is not a prosperous industry. However, Tim Chan, the Executive Chief Editor of Hong Kong Economic Journal said in a talk at Shue Yan University that newspaper won’t die, it will just morph.


“Nowadays, people like holding their electronic devices in MTR rather than holding a piece of newspaper. I seldom find a person that is reading newspaper in MTR. In 1995, people were more likely to hold a piece of newspaper in MTR.” He said.


He said that modern technology devices such as mobile phones and notebook can gradually replace the existence of newspaper in the next 10 years, but newspapers are still existed in Hong Kong. He has a positive attitude towards the newspaper industry.


“The case of newspaper is similar to that of the music. Both of them are a sunset industry. But music is not dead with the diminishing of phonograph disk. So newspaper will never die once there is news in this world.” He said.


He said that people in this modern society needs a lot of news and information. It is much more than that of the past decades .“People like reading news in this era, they read news like every single minutes. The need of news is the highest comparing to the past decades. Once there is a market of news, there is a

market of news media like newspaper.” He said.
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