The printed platform continues to maintain its lordship in Latin America, India and the Asian continent, despite the superlative audiences that browse for news events through social media, which actually feed plenty of the worldwide population in a large scale. This is the result of successful practices that have been applied in order for the … Continue reading The printed newspapers do not give in
We are already on the threshold of another multimedia revolution in which something that for many was unimaginable until today, now seems possible: watch videos on the pages of the printed papers, be it the journals themselves or magazines. Read it again, you're not reading it wrong. Since the "augmented reality" set the tone for … Continue reading Videos in the printed newspapers?
Since 80's TVs began to use multiple elements on the screen at once, the human eyes and brain had to optimize their skills to assimilate, in an instant, such diversity of images, process them critically and form an accurate vision of the latent reality. A video broadcasted in real time along with a moving text … Continue reading Four-eyed standing
For quite a long time, all news-hunting by the traditional media were subordinated to external agendas or official sources, a model that has now fallen into decline. The daily routine of the newspapers, back then, consisted in sending most of their material to governmental offices, under the mindset that unforeseen events could occur in the … Continue reading The quest for finding news events