The priorities have changed from the paper to the digital scheme

It's undeniable that the readership of the printed newspapers is declining progressively while the digital platforms absorb the largest number of users who want to learn about the everyday news and their evolution throughout the day. This phenomenon is the biggest challenge that newspapers companies face today, which have forced the inevitable swift of the … Continue reading The priorities have changed from the paper to the digital scheme

The decline of newspapers at the train stations

"We hope you enjoy your stinkin' phones." With this unprecedented headline, the costless newspaper "Express", edited by The Washington Post, said goodbye due to the decline of readers who were mainly users of the subway and buses. The fault of this decline was attributed, officially, to a decrease in demand and to the drastic fall … Continue reading The decline of newspapers at the train stations

The mobile, another tectonic change for digital journalism

Mario Garcia is one of the most authorized “gurus” of the graphic design field of the newspapers, with more than 700 designs he has made for some newspapers throughout his artistic and journalistic career. Now he's driving a change of helm for digital journalism; his slogan is: "let's stop thinking on paper... to think on … Continue reading The mobile, another tectonic change for digital journalism

The newsrooms are also transformed (Echoes of SIP-Connect 2019)

With the predominance that online news have achieved, traditional newsrooms have found themselves changing their schemes in order to function as a structure that serves news on different platforms at the same time, not just printed news, as it was for decades. Now they are configured with the most practical space layout that works on … Continue reading The newsrooms are also transformed (Echoes of SIP-Connect 2019)

The change of “chip” (Echoes of SIP-Connect 2019)

With this transition process that we live towards a robust model of communications through digital media, one of the most dilemmatic questions is not about which is going to be the definitive best time for technology, but the drastic replacement of that ingrained older “chip” or mentality that traditional journalists tend to have which delays … Continue reading The change of “chip” (Echoes of SIP-Connect 2019)

Three platforms that have already changed

The written press, TV and radio have been the most impacted media by the irruption of digital technologies, radically transforming many of the norms and techniques that the exercise of journalism uses to inform the public. This change has implied a progressive migration of the audiences into the digital platforms, especially social media, and a … Continue reading Three platforms that have already changed