《記者之聲》2009年10月號目錄

專題:新疆騷亂    Focus: XinJiang Report

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《記者之聲》已經有好一陣子沒跟大家見面,現在崔護重來,希望日後可以跟您定期見面。 社會騷亂是香港記者不時碰上的採訪機會,「七‧五」新疆騷亂雖然已過了一段日子,但當中的經驗,相信在其他騷亂事件中亦可以派上用場,值得我們花時間跟大家在這裡探討。結果,稿子還未發出去,新疆九月又再發生示威和衝突......
麥燕庭
新疆軟控制下的採訪經歷
為加強理解新疆騷動事件爆發期間,內地政府如何透過「傳媒管理」的新手段處理及「監管」境外傳媒運作,本刊接觸三名記者,了解他們在新疆採訪的遭遇及感想。當中,英國《星期日電訊報》記者艾念馬(David Elimer)認為,內地政府表面上希望向外展現新式「協助傳媒」採訪的「開放」模式,但實質依舊「努力地」令在當地採訪的記者面對重重困難......
曾錦雯
我們可以接受烏魯木齊騷亂的真相嗎?
在討論烏魯木齊騷亂前,必須先了解事件的梗概。在這裡,騷亂並非指單一事件,在七月五日晚上,不同地方先後發生很多事情,以下是一些普遍被接受的事實......
宋以朗
中外媒體報道新疆暴力事件的盲點和懸念
傳媒的使命,是公正、客觀、完整、準確地報道事實真相。中國內地媒體無權獨立地報道「七.五」事件;處於激烈商業競爭中的西方傳媒,亦滿足於暴亂現場信息的及時發布,對更深入的調查無大興趣。「七.五」事件發生兩周後,報道便迅速冷卻。縱觀各媒體的報道,留下了甚多盲點和懸疑......
錢鋼
我們被人以棍架頸要求交帶 採訪新疆騷亂外一章
七月七日下午 ,正趕著吃午飯,採訪主任來電,簡單一句:「外電報道數百漢人持棍上街。」我們隨即動身。 由收拾輕裝備器材,到走出酒店,短短兩分鐘,沒空想像接下來發生的事。甫一出門,即看見數十名中年的漢人手持木棍。順著人潮,轉過一個又一個街角,人數越來越多,他們向著維族社區前進,來勢洶洶。當中,不只是怒漢,還有老婦、十多歲的年青人,手上都緊握著武器,有木棍、鐵鏟、鐵管、開山刀、菜刀......
黃嘉瑜
兩種價值的衝擊
身為武警毆打和誣陷香港記者事件的當事人之一,本想寫一篇反駁新疆當局所謂「調查結果」的前後矛盾、不合邏輯、有悖常理的文章,但想到任何具有理性思考、掌握事實的人,都不難看出當局的荒謬和理屈,我便毋須多作冗言了。值得探討的,反而是事件對香港新聞從業員,以至香港人,帶來甚麼影響......
林子豪
點解要寫blog
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吳愛達
一葉知秋 從新聞系學生實習說起
......一葉知秋,當實習機會難求,津貼減少,甚至要實習生無償奉獻、變相「帶錢打工」時,難怪有實習生對加入新聞界感到躊躇,而資深記者亦不敢鼓勵實習生加入「鐵腳馬眼神仙肚」行列,以免阻礙這批資質不俗、前途似錦的新人......
麥燕庭
學習用筆建築世界
有電視廣告說:「做實習記者咩都要做??不過見到人睇我篇稿,就咩辛苦都唔記得晒。」真正的實習記者工作,當然沒有電視廣告所展現的華麗美好,但在《明報》當實習記者的兩個月裡,每次看著自己採訪過後,一字一句寫成的文稿印在報紙上,便覺得很踏實,讓我第二天又再充滿動力繼續向前衝,甚麼辛苦都丟諸腦後,這確是一點不假......
謝少莉
從閱讀到製造
對南華早報一向有濃厚的親切感,但在南早實習的日子裏卻在親切感上建立量化不了的歸屬感和成功感。 不是說笑的,中學時候英語老師「恩賜」的每星期三十份的南早剪報練習陪伴我數百晚上。從以前只可讀報,到現在有幸在此留下自己的名字,真是不可思議......
莊丹娜
採訪區傳來咖啡香
執筆之時,Press Corner還有三個月便滿兩歲。回想這一年多來,我們幾位對營商毫無經驗的烏合之眾,由「柴娃娃」地埋班到開張,由滿腔熱血到心力交瘁,箇中苦樂不足為外人道之餘,也體會到小商戶在香港生存有多艱難......
黃偉駿
誰是「第五權」及其在未來新聞業的角色?
......在我腦海內,第五權包括第四權,即是用專業新聞的意念與價值觀行事,讓大眾獲取資訊和參與社會,並向社會權貴問責。第五權認為,第四權是必需的,但不夠民主。也許正如羅遜積(Jay Rosen)所形容,第五權是一種「既專業又業餘」的未來新聞業模式,亦提供了一個框架,讓所有公民都能夠享有美國憲法「第一修正案」賦予的權利與義務,而不是光讓負責搜集和發布新聞的專業階層所壟斷......
克拉樂 (Roy Clark)
壹個字頭的誕生
那天,同事神神秘秘閃閃縮縮好像做賊那樣拿?一張白紙過來,叫我簽個名,寫低身分證號碼和地址,總之所有私隱都要寫出來。不知道甚麼原因,簽名簽了兩次,又因為前後簽名不同,後來再簽多次。單是簽名,已經搞了一個月。 隔了幾個月,同事突然話,個會已經刊憲了......
壹傳媒工會籌委會
事旦新聞之後
「事旦」事件之後,無?新聞的編採安排引起社會關注,甚至成為社會焦點,這恐怕是開台四十年以來未有過的處境。際此多事之秋,外界一直忖測新聞部士氣甚為低落云云,作為無?新聞部的一分子,可以說,至少在記者層面,士氣並沒有受太大影響。 原因很簡單......
佚名
四川公安誣陷我藏毒
(編者按:以下為now寬頻電視台記者黃嘉瑜筆錄遭四川成都公安以藏毒為由阻撓採訪的經過,可供跑中國線的記者作參考,以便日後不幸遇上同樣情況時知所應對。) 本人黃嘉瑜,乃香港NOW新聞台記者,現就發生於2009年8月12日, 星期三,於成都市海悅酒店,本人及本台同行攝影師胡兆榮,遇到公搜查房間是否有違禁品一事,作詳細描述......
黃嘉瑜
唔帶張咭你就笨!
老友,你張記協咭放在哪裏?大概要想一想吧!因為很少人會把記協會員咭放進銀包,事實上,很多行家從沒參加過記協活動、沒有用過記協優惠,希望有朝一日,你會把記協咭帶在身邊,甚至來電:「喂,可以加個位給我嗎?」但感謝你,最少你還有交會費......
孔雪怡
香港記者協會會員優惠情報
為加強會員服務,讓會員享受更多購物優惠,本會今年將提供更多商戶折扣優惠,以下為部份的記協優惠資訊,請密切留意本會最新的優惠消息公布。詳情可參閱本會網頁......
香港記者協會
以波會友四分一世紀
「波是圓的!」——已故體育記者伍晃榮先生為人熟悉的金句,告訴我們足球並非單單一種競逐名次的工具,它也是一個讓足球愛好者聚首一堂,切磋聯誼的一個良好機會。每年秋季由香港記者協會舉辦的「香港記者協會盃 (記協盃)」足球賽,正好為愛好足球的傳媒同業提供切磋交流、一展球技、與來自不同傳媒機構的足球高手惺惺相惜的平台。今年的「記協盃」足球賽已踏入第 25個年頭,期望各傳媒機構,包括電視、電台和報章的新聞工作者踴躍參與這項為期四個月的賽事......
鄭偉強
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A WORD FROM THE EDITOR
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Who is the Fifth Estate and What is Its Role in Journalism’s Future?
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Hey, you’re a card-carrying member... so go for the discounts!
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