It’s been over 365 days since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, which resulted in the shift from physical classes into online classrooms. During this period, what was once coursemates have now been replaced with soulless figures.
Ever since the start of the pandemic, I’ve started collecting them from my second year of university all the way to my final semester now. Although I enjoy collecting them, I hope it starts collecting dust and gets replaced with people instead of as I venture into the working world shortly (hopefully with no work from home albeit unlikely).
In 2011, the English news website Malaysiakini had approximately 11,000 subscribers. Rejoice! This meant that there were readers out there willing to pay for news! As Malaysiakini was one of the early adopters of this paywall subscription model, we’ll only be looking into their statistics.
With how accessible news has become over the past few years, sometimes we fail to stop and ponder about the quality of the news we consume. In this video, Anita Li shares how her family consumed news growing up, which is relatable for most families. …
Due to social media, traditional journalism's landscape has changed in ways, such as how readers consume the news. For instance, readers no longer have to rely on news anchor as new media journalists can publish information at the tip of their finger with social media platforms such as Twitter.
Additionally, articles no longer have to go through the traditional gatekeepers, allowing journalists to post and write content in real-time.
Last but not least, the critical change that showcases this transformation is the engagement between journalists and the audience. Like the previous point, the audience or readers can now get real-time news and take part in the conversation online, which was not possible before.
My name is Ken, and I’m currently majoring in Marketing Communications. By the end of University, I hope to secure a job and earn lots of money. Isn’t that the goal of working? On a more serious note, my goals are to be an expert in marketing in the traditional and digital realms.