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Mobile phone, mobile journalism

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Stephen Quinn, Eveveryone could be a source

Stephen Quinn, digital development editor from South China Morning Post, attended the General Assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University. He said that the future development of his press was to carry out the (mobile journalism project to go digital-confusing).


After Stephen Quinn’s team has re-designed the company website last year, they plan to carry out a mobile journalism project. That is to use mobile phones to record and report (use this in opening), which actually is not a new thing in media industry.


He said “BBC had started the concept in 2007. And then Reuters even established the MoJo Kit, which composes a tripod, microphone and Nokia phone, for the reporters.”


Stephen Quinn explained cell phones are used in reporting because of improving quality of the silicon chips which is good for processing information in phones. Also, mobile phones are cheaper and more powerful than before. Therefore, he thinks MoJo saves costs in reporting.


“The traditional reporting kit required HKD40000 but it was under HKD6000 for the MoJo kit, " Stephen Quinn said. Compared to the traditional reporting (which carrying hand-held camera or using broadcast vans-missing verb (requires/involves/etc), the MoJo kit is much cheaper that everybody can be a reportor.


“Everyone can shoot, everyone could be a source,” Stephen Quinn said. Everybody in the society can report and send to news organizations as a reporter, not only (for-omit) journalists.
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