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Audience is prior to personal emotion, former TVB anchor said.

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Journalists usually witness accidents on the scene, especially for those serious accidents. Senior journalist Ivan M.W. Yau said on the GA held by HKSYU today that journalists must repress their emotion no matter how worst or shocking the accident is.


Yau said that within his career as a journalist, he has witnessed many serious accidents in Hong Kong. However, the most memorable news is usually from disasters such as landslides and conflagration that caused large amount of death and injuries. “I can still remember the scene of Garley Building after the fire incident, with many firemen searching for alive and dead bodies lying on the floor.” However, he said, although the scene is very shocking, he had to control his emotion and focus on reporting.


He said that in order to maintain professionalism and make suitable judgment, journalists must control their personal emotion. “If the journalist was crying when reporting news, audience might suspect the truthiness of the news.” Therefore, no matter how sad he was when he saw the scene of Garley Building after the large fire, he still controlled his emotion and put his audience in the first priority.


Regarding to the act that a journalist had published his view of people from mainland china on social network, Yau said that he won’t do the same thing as that journalist. He said that he won’t publish his views on any incidents except those that right or wrong are clearly distinguished. As journalists’ views are able to affect lots of people in the public; therefore he said that they should not publish their view on any public platforms before having careful consideration.

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