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Group awards outstanding staff
    2017-November-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Yang

nicolezyyy@163.com

THE outstanding reporters, editors and commentators of Shenzhen Press Group were invited to attend a meeting held at the Shenzhen Press Tower yesterday in celebration of the 18th Journalist Day in China.

The press group awarded 41 outstanding staff in September. The selection of the outstanding staff started earlier this year and most of the honored staff are journalists, editors and commentators working for the different newspapers and news portals under the group. Lin Min, head of the Shenzhen Daily’s News Desk, was among the awardees who stood out.

Sun Jin, a reporter from the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily, delivered a speech as a representative of the outstanding reporters yesterday. A video produced by Sun’s team earlier last month has gained a lot of attention online. In the video, Sun did a street interview in New York and asked people about their impression of Shenzhen.

“Many Americans, and tourists from around the world, are familiar with the iPhone, DJI’s drone and BYD’s electric bus, but a number of interviewees who I met in New York didn’t know that these products are all related to one Chinese city — Shenzhen,” said Sun.

According to Sun, she was not only in the role of a reporter but also a spokesperson for Shenzhen when she did the interviews, because she had to introduce the city to her interviewees, but she avoided asking leading questions during the interview to ensure that the interviewees could share how they really felt about the city.

Sun said that the boundaries of traditional media have been broken by new media, and traditional media should focus on producing quality content when expediting media convergence. When producing short videos, Sun said the reporters should leave out needless content, tell the complete story and make sure that it resonates emotionally with viewers.

Chen Yin, president of Shenzhen Press Group, said the press group has a shortage of new-media professional talents, as only 7.5 percent of the group’s reporters and editors work in the field of new media.

According to Chen, the average age of the award-winning staff is 36 years old and the youngest awardee is 23 years old. He said the selection of outstanding staff is aimed at encouraging outstanding employees, especially young employees, to continue improving themselves, while the group will offer them more opportunities to get training, subsidies and promotions.

A total of 99 employees or retired employees who have worked in the press group for over 30 years were also honored for their dedication to journalism during the meeting yesterday.

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