Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Beijing Normal University - Hong Kong Baptist University United International College, Zhuhai, China
The objective is to prove the effectiveness and superiority of crowdsourcing production mode in news communication by computer through the research on the influence of crowdsourcing production mode on computer news dissemination. First, the two levels of crowdsourcing production mode are analyzed, i.e., the UGC (User Generated Content) mode and the PGC (Professional Generated Content) mode. Then, the production mechanism and operation mechanism of crowdsourcing production mode in news application are discussed. Next, a video platform, the Pear Video, is taken as an example to analyze the application process. Second, the impacts of the crowdsourcing production model on the changes and propagation mode are analyzed. Results: Among all the social media software, the most popular ones are WeChat Moments, which showed an increasing trend in 2018. In addition, the WeChat Subscription with the most followers is the news media, accounting for 42.1%. By applying the crowdsourcing production model to news communication, the diversity of news content and news communication channels can be promoted, providing direction and guidance for the transformation and development of emerging media.
crowdsourcing production mode; journalism and communication; UGC; PGC
Yingqiang Ge. The influence of news communication for production mode on computer news dissemination. The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2021) Vol. 3, Issue 4: 52-57. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSST.2021.030410.
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