Although they converge as twin platforms in a single newsroom, the bets for each platform are very different and the success of the editors comes from identifying which contents mark the strengths for each format. We're clear about this premise: the newspapers no longer monopolize the information nor can they aspire to be the first … Continue reading The printed and digital world, two different bets
Merging together the newsrooms of the printed and digital newspaper has led to the emergence of new logistics to search, process and disseminate the news on both platforms, taking into account the needs of the digital audience, which is the most exposed one to technological innovations that impact this sphere. The traditional patterns of work … Continue reading The shift of standards
With the predominance that online news have achieved, traditional newsrooms have found themselves changing their schemes in order to function as a structure that serves news on different platforms at the same time, not just printed news, as it was for decades. Now they are configured with the most practical space layout that works on … Continue reading The newsrooms are also transformed (Echoes of SIP-Connect 2019)
Nowadays, there's more thirst for reading than ever before, but the patterns of schedule and manners for this consumption have drastically changed. The so-called "long reading", which characterized the era on which the newspapers controlled the monopoly of information, has transmigrated into a culture of the brief and instantaneous. The studies that usually monitor the … Continue reading The first five lines
Readers of yesteryear were the ones that would actually look forward to getting a copy of the daily newspapers in their hands, sometimes having to go outside and reaching out to the stalls, acquiring them from vendors or waiting with eagerness on that delivery man that would leave some at their doors. During that time, … Continue reading Hunting for readers
The news of today expire sooner than in previous times. The flood of information disseminated through social media is so beyond measure that it's impossible for the human brain to store and process them at the same speed that they come and go. In order to not become intoxicated with them, users don't have any … Continue reading The quick expiration of the news
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?
The digital revolution has altered the old models and practices of what we know as the traditional journalism, and its first major change has been forcing each journalistic platform to diversify themselves and become multiplatforms. That way, the printed newspapers have become one of the platforms that have undergone some of the biggest transformations through … Continue reading Aligning ourselves with the future