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
News through radio and television have been known to be the forerunners of the quick or even instant dissemination model, which synthesized the news rather briefly. Digital media, of this modern era, have taken advantage of this model and have implanted it as a key factor to the new language of social communications. Fifty years … Continue reading Briefness is key
Formal, traditional media, say newspapers, radio and television companies that focused on news broadcasting, have been, together, the pillars that support a free press in the world. They make a rough layer of stainless steel within the ecosystem of information that censorship has often tried to pierce with restrictive laws or the complete suppression of … Continue reading Freedom of the press, until when?
Since the beginning of this 21st century, the traditional press of high-quality has walked firmly, in order to adapt to the preferences of a new generation of consumers of news content, modeled under the heavy influence of modern technologies applied to the communication of the masses. Within this culture, brevity and promptness are the principles … Continue reading On the path of transformation
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