Every morning, in the staff meeting of the Listin Diario, we take an obligated look at the readership data, which allows us to appreciate which have been, amongst our users, the most viewed news of the day. We do this to measure how impactful the news or contents published on our printed newspapers or in … Continue reading What is read the most?
Four large companies monopolize the traffic of news and other content in the social media, deciding what their users should or should not read or see, which amounts to thousands of millions of people. These big companies, which analyst Emily Bell, from the Digital Journalism Center of Columbia University, has accurately called "The Four Horsemen … Continue reading Digital feudalism
Could this be true? Often, my children and other social media users interpellate me to make sure something is either true or false, something they have read or seen in any of the Internet platforms. They resort to me as a kind of perhaps first or last instance, I do not know which, to satisfy … Continue reading Could this be true?
The real journalism is the one that follows traditional standards for its researching, writing and dissemination of news, ensuring that these are real, that they gather enough information elements that interest the public and that these are true and verifiable. The responsibility of the media is to provide the public with contents that allows them … Continue reading Real journalism
Four films of high realism certify the power of investigative journalism developed by the written press in the recent years, which underpins its credibility and enhances the true value of the truthful and proven information that constitutes the raw material of its contents. I refer to "Spotlight," based on the Boston Globe's research on the … Continue reading Quality journalism can not die