In the early 1970s, the Listin hired a consultant from The New York Times to teach us how to close the one-day edition on time so that we could circulate at the streets earlier than the competition. By then, the company used to close at midnight, and we wanted to follow the NYT model, even … Continue reading The strange magic of publishing the newspapers
The pre-eminence that digital journalism has already had is on its way to new heights in a world that will open up to the “new normal”, focusing on online technologies to spread news and content of greater value, such as those that have traditionally been the strong side of the printed press. These quality inputs … Continue reading The second digital wave
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?