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?
Printed and digital media are struggling to survive the precipitous comedown in their income amid the novel coronavirus pandemic as they appeal to creative ways to sustain themselves as reliable channels of fresh and truthful information. Putting aside the concept of competition, for the first time some related media (such as TV, radio stations and … Continue reading The press’ existential crisis
The freedom of the press hasn't yet reached its wholeness in Latin America, but it survives against the pressures, interferences and, in some cases, severe impediments exerted against itself by the governments and organized crime groups that seek to hide their lawlessness. If it hasn't been completely extinguished up to this point - as is … Continue reading IAPA, the wonderful shield against any censorship to the press in the Americas
Since the Internet broke into humanity with all its transformative force back in 1995, there have never been premonitions about the imminent disappearance of the traditional media, namely printed newspapers. The omens in this regard have been based on two parallel measurements: the one that records the number of people connected to digital media and … Continue reading New media don’t kill the old media
From a time when the core of the newspapers were ensembled by the cold and impersonal press releases of governmental institutions and the pure and simple declarationism of those which were considered protagonists of society, we've moved to a model of journalism that gets much closer to the interests and needs of readers. Now any … Continue reading Humanitarian journalism
With this digital era, we've entered a whole new world and the LISTIN DIARIO could not miss out on the transformations that are taking place to ensure a better media competitivity and quality of contents within the field of the printed newspapers. Following the same route as the newspapers that have been referents of the … Continue reading The reason for change
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