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Weibo Has Started the New Media Revolution, Li Fang Says

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Weibo Has Started the New Media Revolution, Li Fang Says


Reporter/Mandy Lam --095032 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:41 (UTC)


The new media has revolutionized the media. Li Fang, the vice chief editor of QQ.com, said, “Audiences don’t only consume, but also generate information because of the appearing(v form, should be noun) of new media.”


“Micro-blogging has become popular, (x) the new media has an ‘explosive’ growth,” Li emphasized at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday. He added that in the first half of 2011, there were over 195 million users of the Weibo in China, which were more than last year. (good, concrete figures)


Li claimed that the new media has challenged the status of traditional media. In past, reporters “fed” messages to the readers responsibly. However, the emergence of micro-blogging, Li added, “Everyone can be a reporter, (x) deliver information directly in a platform.” It didn’t only change the human role, but also shifted the social structure and (human concept?-how so? which concept?).


“Formerly, journalists led the readers, but nowadays readers lead them,” said Li.


Besides, “Weibo fastly disseminate information,” Li pointed out, with the popularity of mobile internet, Weibo users could send messages freely, and timely. Take the 7.23 WenZhou train crash as an example, Weibo users issued this message 20 minutes earlier than the Xinhua Net, which revealed that micro-blogging (takes advantages on speed?).


Despite (of it?), new media was(vt-no longer faces difficulties or?) also facing difficulties. Li cited an instance that new media wrongly reported the death of Louis Cha, a famous modern Chinese-language novelist. Hence, he pointed out that micro-blogging (led?) the professional limitations, accuracy, the moral and ethics dilemma.

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