中、英文学生实验报纸－《新报人》及《The Young Reporter》创刊。这两份是香港历史最悠久的学生报纸之一。
设立东南亚第一个校内电视广播台「The Young Broadcaster」。广播新闻组别的学生目前在「广播新闻网」制作新闻报道。
All journalism students work on one of four student media publications, which are student run and have thousands of readers. Working on a publication gives students the chance to report on stories meaningful to the community. With both print and online publications, students get to experiment with new technology to publish in the medium that serves the story best. The Young Reporter and San Po Yan are the oldest student publications in Hong Kong, running since 1968.
Faculty Research & Projects
Our faculty and post-graduate students all actively engage in both academic and practical research. In addition to faculty members’ individual projects, there are five highlighted areas that we are now focusing on
Journalism was the first course offered by the Department of Communication when it was founded in 1968, and remains one of the best-known courses in the university. The course became a Department of its own within the new School of Communication in 1991. Today, our Journalism and Digital Media major is offered under the four-year Bachelor of Communication (Honours) programme with three concentrations: Chinese Journalism, International Journalism and Data & Media Communication.
Hong Kong Baptist College is founded in Kowloon Tong
The Department of Communication is founded with Journalism as one of three diploma courses offered
The experimental student newspapers-The Young Reporter and San Po Yan- are first published in English and Chinese. Today, these are two of the longest running student-run newspapers in Hong Kong.
The Young Broadcaster, the first closed-circuit, campus-based TV broadcasting channel in Southeast Asia of its kind, is established. Today, broadcast students produce newscasts on student-run platform Broadcast News Network
The Bachelor of Social Sciences(Hons) in Communication is launched. Journalism is established as a major.
Hong Kong Baptist College becomes Hong Kong Baptist University, now one of eight publicly funded universities in Hong Kong.
The Institute for Journalism and Society is founded and the first Pulitzer Prize Winners Workshop is launched. The MA in International Journalism Studies programme is also launched.
The Communication and Visual Arts building is opened with 11 stories and more than 9,000 sq. feet. Journalism students attend most of their courses here.
The university changes from a three-year programme to a four-year programme. Journalism students can now choose to focus on Chinese Journalism, Data and Media Communication or International Journalism.
The first HKBU-SOPA Award Winners Forum is organized. Financial Journalism Concentration is launched.
The Data & News Society formed to promote the collaboration of data and news
The interdisciplinary Data and Media Communication Concentration offered with the Department of Computer Science is introduced.
Communication and Visual Arts Building has renamed to Lee Shau Kee Communication and Visual Arts Building
Bachelor of Journalism Programme has renamed to Bachelor of Communication in Journalism and Digital Media