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Newspapers in Hong Kong sometimes create news

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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'''HKSYU, 11 Dec - '''Raymond. R. Wong, the chairperson of Communications Authority Broadcast Codes of Practice Committee, gave a talk at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday. He emphasized that journalist should report news rather than make it.  
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'''HKSYU, 11 Dec - '''Raymond. R. Wong, the chairperson of Communications Authority Broadcast Codes of Practice Committee, at a talk at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday emphasized that journalists should report news rather than make it.  
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People can have all kinds of opinions, but opinion should be supported by fact. Unfortunately, some of newspapers in Hong Kong just create the news. Raymond can not help saying that, ”our job is not to make news, but to report it.” He questioned that if newspaper can not inform us on the fair and balance bases, then who would provide the information.
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People can have all kinds of opinions, but opinion should be supported by fact. Unfortunately, some of newspapers in Hong Kong just create the news, he said. Wong said, ”Our job is not to make news, but to report it.” He questioned that if newspaper can not inform us on the fair and balance bases, then who would provide the information.
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Speak of internet, Raymond pointed out that it was the best of time and worst of time in Hong Kong media stage. “ I always thought, as a journalist, I must be neutral. But how you can be neutral in internet” said Raymond. He found that many people in Hong Kong use Facebook to take a political stand. And he doesn’t think it’s professional and fair for a wellknown reporter from TV station package the story in internet.
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Speak of internet, Wong pointed out that it was the best of time and worst of time in Hong Kong media stage. “ I always thought, as a journalist, I must be neutral. But how you can be neutral in internet,” he said. He found that many people in Hong Kong use Facebook to take a political stand. And he doesn’t think it’s professional and fair for a well-known reporter from TV station to take a side on a story on the internet.
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Since City Telecom had some trouble in getting the TV licence, some people think it is a cutthroat competition among the TV station. However, Raymond indicated that it’s quite reasonable in capitalist society like Hong Kong. “There’s nothing wrong with people to make money. Just don’t be so naive” said him.
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Since City Telecom had some trouble in getting the TV licence, some people think it is a cutthroat competition among the TV station. However, Wong indicated that it’s quite reasonable in capitalist society like Hong Kong. “There’s nothing wrong with people to make money. Just don’t be so naive,” he said.

在2012年12月13日 (四) 04:19的當前修訂版本

By Liu Min

HKSYU, 11 Dec - Raymond. R. Wong, the chairperson of Communications Authority Broadcast Codes of Practice Committee, at a talk at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday emphasized that journalists should report news rather than make it.

People can have all kinds of opinions, but opinion should be supported by fact. Unfortunately, some of newspapers in Hong Kong just create the news, he said. Wong said, ”Our job is not to make news, but to report it.” He questioned that if newspaper can not inform us on the fair and balance bases, then who would provide the information.

Speak of internet, Wong pointed out that it was the best of time and worst of time in Hong Kong media stage. “ I always thought, as a journalist, I must be neutral. But how you can be neutral in internet,” he said. He found that many people in Hong Kong use Facebook to take a political stand. And he doesn’t think it’s professional and fair for a well-known reporter from TV station to take a side on a story on the internet.

Since City Telecom had some trouble in getting the TV licence, some people think it is a cutthroat competition among the TV station. However, Wong indicated that it’s quite reasonable in capitalist society like Hong Kong. “There’s nothing wrong with people to make money. Just don’t be so naive,” he said.
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