Reinventing the journalist

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Connecting traditional journalism with modern journalism is one of the most difficult stages in the transition to the new communication ecosystem. It is not enough to adapt technologies that facilitate the dissemination of information on digital platforms, but to adapt the mentality of those who will be responsible for handling them properly. Despite the strong … Continue reading Reinventing the journalist

More tangible, and less anonymous

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To the extent that audiences prefer audiovisual news, the journalist gets out of the old schemes that kept him practically anonymous sooner. When the printed newspapers monopolized the dissemination of news processed with high professional sense, the author's signature became an identity stamp and depending on the frequency, importance or hierarchical importance that their news … Continue reading More tangible, and less anonymous

The new reinforcements the press needs

Now forced, due to the corona virus pandemic, to grapple through two challenges - the mass of audiences and the quality of contents - the press is seeking extra journalistic reinforcements to survive. Journalism faculties, natural sources of the human team that feed the printed and digital media, haven't had time to train professionals that … Continue reading The new reinforcements the press needs

The press depicts inevitable conversions

This Coronavirus pandemic marked the turning point of the business model under which the traditional press had, for decades, maintained a monopoly on the news. From the moment such unknown virus made its appearance around the world, locking millions of citizens into their homes, newspapers companies saw themselves hard-pressed to survive this new crisis. Many … Continue reading The press depicts inevitable conversions

Changing shapes, not the background

When smartphones became the all-rounder of communications, the camera industry paled and it looked like it was already being left stranded at the museum of pre-modern relics. Smart phones, with their respective integrated cameras that are every time more meant to replace traditional models that have existed since their invention back in 1816, jeopardized the … Continue reading Changing shapes, not the background