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Online media would replace printed media.

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(新頁面: '''Online media would replace printed media.''' --~~~~ Reporter Priscilla Yuen November 13, 2012 -- “Online media would replace printed media,” said Chris C. Anderson, Senior edito…)
 
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November 13, 2012 -- “Online media would replace printed media,said Chris C. Anderson, Senior editor, Huffington post. It would be more focus on online media on the future.
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November 13, 2012 -- Online media will replace printed media, said Chris C. Anderson, senior editor at the Huffington Post, as the news industry focuses more on online media.
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Anderson said that computer is very important in nowadays, it also important to him. Because of the importance of internet, those printed media would more concentrate on online media. Anderson make an example just like the Newsweek, it would be a trend to develop online media more than just keep on printed media. Online media is being the news source of readers and not the printed media anymore. Anderson claims that there are many new technologies, and they need to face it and make it to be the new generation of news media.  
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Anderson said that because of the importance of the internet, printed media would benefit more by concentrating on online media. For example, Newsweek, is developing its online media.
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Anderson claims that there are many new technologies, and they need to face it and make it to be the new generation of news media.
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Anderson said that be a reporter need to be fast and quick. The most essential thing that reporter need to do is post the news quick, keep the timeliness. But Anderson also said online media wouldn’t have the crazy deadline, because online would be more flexible, they can post it anytime, anywhere. The other thing that reporter need to know is how to use photoshop, and Anderson suggest that all reporters need to take a few classes to understand how to use photoshop.
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Anderson said that a reporter needs to be fast and quick. The most essential thing that reporter need to do is post the news quick, keep the timeliness. But Anderson also said online media wouldn’t have the crazy deadline, because online would be more flexible, they can post it anytime, anywhere. The other thing that reporter need to know is how to use photoshop, and Anderson suggest that all reporters need to take a few classes to understand how to use photoshop.

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Online media would replace printed media. --105167 2012年11月14日 (三) 19:20 (UTC)

Reporter Priscilla Yuen


November 13, 2012 -- Online media will replace printed media, said Chris C. Anderson, senior editor at the Huffington Post, as the news industry focuses more on online media.


Anderson said that because of the importance of the internet, printed media would benefit more by concentrating on online media. For example, Newsweek, is developing its online media.

Anderson claims that there are many new technologies, and they need to face it and make it to be the new generation of news media.


Anderson said that a reporter needs to be fast and quick. The most essential thing that reporter need to do is post the news quick, keep the timeliness. But Anderson also said online media wouldn’t have the crazy deadline, because online would be more flexible, they can post it anytime, anywhere. The other thing that reporter need to know is how to use photoshop, and Anderson suggest that all reporters need to take a few classes to understand how to use photoshop.

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