In this knowledgeable society, under which the world experiences the most dramatic changes in social communication, a danger lurks in us: misinformation. Curiously, the more news and information social media broadcast, the greater rush of false or manipulated news will run in parallel, causing a serious crisis of confidence in the public, who often lack … Continue reading Misinformation Age?
The traditional written press has had to undergo a continuous process of reinvention to adapt to the current model of multimedia, meaning that they've got broadcast news through all of the platforms that this digital age has created to open channels to said news. For decades, newspapers' journalists specialized in five genres that had their … Continue reading What it takes to reinvent oneself
Under this epigraph, which is the motto of The Washington Post, Martin Baron, its executive director, has given us the new clinchers that settle the new challenge of his journal to defend the freedom of the press in the United States. Nobody forgets that the emblematic media of the immense American press have come into … Continue reading “Democracy dies in the dark”
More than a threat, this digital era opens up an enormous field of opportunities for the traditional press to strengthen its position, to develop its creativity potential and for it to continue to be a bulwark of truth. The assembly of the printed and digital media has permitted the reformating of the news redacting process … Continue reading Not just a threat, but also a chance