The “industrialization” of the news input

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To survive in the new communications ecosystem, print newspapers have to learn to swim against the tide of the technological forces that drive the success of digital journalism. Their challenge, now, is to resist two dynamic lines of the digital world: the immediacy of information and the dissemination of false or manipulated news, and compete … Continue reading The “industrialization” of the news input

Two cultures within journalism

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Multimedia is the scenario that is testing the connection of two cultures in journalism: the traditional and the modern or digital. The criteria that dominated the management and structuring of printed newspapers coexist with styles, norms and ways of communicating digital journalism that are often very different from each other. It is not that journalism, … Continue reading Two cultures within journalism

Standing by a ‘reasonable’ deal

With the powerful influence of technologies, large social platforms within the digital ecosystem have managed to take control of the distribution of news or extra content produced, as their own raw material. There is the advantage that, based on complex and expensive algorithms, they decide what to publish, where and to whom they are destined … Continue reading Standing by a ‘reasonable’ deal

Towards all-digital, without fear

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In their efforts for survival, the traditional print media have understood now, more clearly than ever, that their future is linked to the good strategies they assume in the digital field. Most of their income comes from their digital platforms, not only because commercial advertising has migrated to them, but also because other ways of … Continue reading Towards all-digital, without fear