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Mobile phones speed up news publishing.

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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[HONG KONG – April 3, 2012] Journalists always look for technology which provides them higher speed of news publishing to compete with other news agencies. Stephen Quinn, the digital development editor of SCMP said in the general assembly hosted by HKSYU today that the new technology of combining mobile phones and journalism, namely mojo, is able to fulfill this demand with cheaper cost than traditional news reporting methods.


He took a slideshow reporting made by a student journalist through mojo in the 2010 Winter Olympics as example. The slideshow includes the sound from the scene, his voice over as well as the slideshow pictures. Quinn said that the student took 20 minutes to make the slideshow reporting transferred from the top of the mountain to the newsroom, which is faster than other reporters.


He said that the equipment and time needed for the reporting news through mojo is cheaper than those for traditional reporting methods. He added that mobile phones allow journalists to edit videos with multi-track interfaces and to create a multi-media slideshow. It took less than 20 minutes to make the whole package, which is faster than traditional methods.


However, he stated that although speed is important in news reporting, which it highly advanced with the new mobile phone apps, journalists should also aware of the accuracy. He said that it is “danger” for journalists to report news that are not accurate as the job of journalists is to “give useful information to the audience”.


“The technology will get faster and better,” said Quinn. He said that the trend of mojo will transform from complexity to simplicity, as people won’t use the technology if it is too complicated to use. He added that “simplicity and elegance” are important elements for new technologies.

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