Media members attend a Hong Kong Journalists Association press conference in Wan Chai on September 24. Audiences have been more reliant than ever on professional journalists and newsrooms amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the proliferation of fake news. Photo: Nora Tam Media members attend a Hong Kong Journalists Association press conference in Wan Chai on September 24. Audiences have been more reliant than ever on professional journalists and newsrooms amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the proliferation of fake news. Photo: Nora Tam
Media members attend a Hong Kong Journalists Association press conference in Wan Chai on September 24. Audiences have been more reliant than ever on professional journalists and newsrooms amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the proliferation of fake news. Photo: Nora Tam
Warren Fernandez
Opinion

Opinion

Warren Fernandez

Coronavirus a reminder of need for reliable, sustainable media

  • Amid the outbreak, audiences have turned to professional journalists like never before to learn how to stay safe, protect their jobs and tell fact from fiction
  • Covid-19 has highlighted many things, including the critical role a credible and reliable media plays in the health and well-being of our societies

Media members attend a Hong Kong Journalists Association press conference in Wan Chai on September 24. Audiences have been more reliant than ever on professional journalists and newsrooms amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the proliferation of fake news. Photo: Nora Tam Media members attend a Hong Kong Journalists Association press conference in Wan Chai on September 24. Audiences have been more reliant than ever on professional journalists and newsrooms amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the proliferation of fake news. Photo: Nora Tam
Media members attend a Hong Kong Journalists Association press conference in Wan Chai on September 24. Audiences have been more reliant than ever on professional journalists and newsrooms amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the proliferation of fake news. Photo: Nora Tam
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