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

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

The new battles of the written press

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In an era in which technological applications are the ones that determine the new profiles of digital journalism, the written press only has conceptual weapons left to continue fighting for its physical presence. Due to the nature of its format, which is determined by size, pages and content limited to non-animated texts and graphics, the … Continue reading The new battles of the written press

It’s relay time for journalists

A new generation of leaders looms on the horizon of the world's most important media, as digital formats accelerate the transformation of journalism and open the way to other models of mass communication. Emblematic directors of traditional newspapers, such as Marty Baron, of The Washington Post and Roberto Pombo, of El Tiempo de Colombia, following … Continue reading It’s relay time for journalists

2020, the trigger for the digital leap

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The transition to digital platforms had been, until 2020, a gradual process, in some cases timid, for most of the print media of the traditional press. Although it was seen as an inescapable necessity in the face of the overwhelming growth of digital audiences, favored by the mass use of electronic devices, especially the mobile … Continue reading 2020, the trigger for the digital leap

184 headings and 160 articles just about Covid

Ten months of struggle through the Covid pandemic have undoubtedly created a new school of modern journalism in which human stories become the center and object of information, rather than outright declarations. Readers and users of both information and specialized contents, today, make up the right audience that can trace all routes of information by … Continue reading 184 headings and 160 articles just about Covid