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Weibo transforms journalism

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Weibo transforms journalism

Reporter:--095124 楊秀文 YEUNG, SAU MAN 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:11 (UTC)


Weibo is the largest online platform for micro blogging in China. Many companies had promoted Weibo as one of their functions, for example Tencent Weibo. Deputy Editor in Chief of QQ.com Li Fang said the launch of Weibo allows everyone to become a reporter.

According to statistics, there are 1.95 million weibo users, which is over 40% of internet users in China. With the development of movable internet device, the growth of Weibo had a (fulminic) growth. “The news report online is much faster than traditional printed and radio news in multiple of 30,” Li said. ((wrong word))

Now it is easy to take a photo and write some words about what is happening around us with a smart phone. “This is a type of one-man media. Everyone can become a reporter when they post an issue online,” Li said.

He added each person has his or her own point of viewing Weibo and even this world. Therefore we can know a comprehensive world by viewing different individual media.

If everyone can be a reporter, a question about the professionalism of formal reporters would be voiced out. He explained one-man media still has it limitation. Readers may question the reliability and morality of this kind of reporting because it is based on an individual own opinion of how he or she views a particular issue. “Although this kind of change in journalism is exciting, the professionalism of formal reporters still has its own value,” Li said.

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