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Traditional media fades but not the journalists, says financial journalist

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Structure: 6.5 Content: 7.5 Reported by Chow Tsz Ching

People nowadays could acquire information in the internet easily and online media had replaced paper media consecutively, pushing current media to transform their traditional way of reporting.

New York Times once said that paper media could exist for 10 years more. Some people even described the situation of paper media as ‘dead’, with online media as the latest trend.

Online media was convenient to read and its information spreading was instant, making online media become more popular.

“Paper media must transform its old model to fit in the trend,” the manager of Content Bureau of Corporate Affairs of Alibaba Group, Eva Li Tsz Fan said in a talk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

Eva Li worked as a financial journalist and public relations officer for years. She gained much experience in field of the media about technology, e-commerce and local and overseas economy. She also observed traditional media was not a trend anymore.

Technology had become a main focus, hence media could add some elements of augmented reality and virtual reality into their news, Li added.

Li agreed traditional media had faded, but journalists still played an important role in spreading the most accurate and professional information to the public.

“Everyone had the chance to spread news in the internet, but professional reporter could never be replaced,” Li said.

Although paper media was losing its value and competitiveness, journalists’ photos and news articles were irreplaceable by public readers, Li added.

Li also said journalist was her favourite job after working as a public relations officer.

“Journalists had more freedom and stable working hour,” Li said.

Besides, Li loved working in paper media because she could go to different places for interviews and discover different unknown stories.

However, the salary of journalist was rather low which made Li move on to other career, she said.

“If you want to be a journalist, you have to seize every opportunity and practise well,”Li said.

Li suggested people who wanted to be journalist could meet more people and build network with them to get easier access when doing their work.

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