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Huffington Post takes speed as one of the biggest things

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By Liu Min


HKSYU, 13 Nov - Now more and more people chose to read news from internet rather than buy a newspaper. Chris C. Anderson, senior editor of Huffington Post, indicated that online news should be fast so as to meet people’s needs.


Chris came a long way from New York to attend a general assembly at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday. Online news are such convenient and fast that attract a large amount of people to check it on mobile phones or computers. Chris pointed out that deadline is important to reporters. Besides, as a reporter, you should go ahead to communicate with others and ask good questions. Be creative is another tips, “try to do something different.” said Chris.


Diaoyu Island Issue is one of the most hottest topics recently. Some people guessed that American media’s reports had some political tendency, however, Chris thought Chinese people and Japanese people were over reacting.


“ Don’t fight for a rock in the ocean.” said Chris as an outsider.


Online news updated nearly every second. It has brought convenience to people and satisfied people’s demands of information. Chris expressed that print media develop online version is a new trend, however, online version would not r
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