Even the formats of headlines have changed

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In the time of sobriety, traditional newspapers used to use their news headlines as if they were telegraphic messages. They often dispensed with certain prepositions and articles that, in good grammar, would help to weave the correct thread of a sentence. But the practice of communicating with few words and in a space already delimited … Continue reading Even the formats of headlines have changed

Journalism in YouTube code

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With the formidable audience of “millennials” and “centennials” devouring audiovisual information, today's journalism directs the prow of its narratives towards really compatible ways of communicating facts, taking into account these preferences. Social media platforms, but especially YouTube, have paved the way for the experimentation of interactive and dynamic audio and video products in digital newspapers, … Continue reading Journalism in YouTube code

Changing the ways of delivering news

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In this era of audiovisual communication, all the molds that metered the dissemination of news have been broken. The inverted pyramid rule, which organized the writing of the news based on its most important elements (who, what, when, how and why), seems doomed to disuse under current circumstances. Being more audiovisual than textual, the news … Continue reading Changing the ways of delivering news