A great challenge for the written press

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Every day, video and audio formats become stronger supports for human communications and their learning. News in such formats outweigh, in preference, the text. The optimal language lays on the visualization of images and listening to vocalized content. The newer generations, who've been educated with more established learning models in these two formats, prefer to … Continue reading A great challenge for the written press

The moving bridges between the printed to digital

To connect the different formats and paces within the transition from the printed to the digital platform, it is necessary to walk, very carefully, over the moving bridges that unite them. The current pandemic has made some cross these bridges very quickly, through the path of no return. They migrated their paper editions onto digital, … Continue reading The moving bridges between the printed to digital

The new reinforcements the press needs

Now forced, due to the corona virus pandemic, to grapple through two challenges - the mass of audiences and the quality of contents - the press is seeking extra journalistic reinforcements to survive. Journalism faculties, natural sources of the human team that feed the printed and digital media, haven't had time to train professionals that … Continue reading The new reinforcements the press needs

The press depicts inevitable conversions

This Coronavirus pandemic marked the turning point of the business model under which the traditional press had, for decades, maintained a monopoly on the news. From the moment such unknown virus made its appearance around the world, locking millions of citizens into their homes, newspapers companies saw themselves hard-pressed to survive this new crisis. Many … Continue reading The press depicts inevitable conversions

Changing shapes, not the background

When smartphones became the all-rounder of communications, the camera industry paled and it looked like it was already being left stranded at the museum of pre-modern relics. Smart phones, with their respective integrated cameras that are every time more meant to replace traditional models that have existed since their invention back in 1816, jeopardized the … Continue reading Changing shapes, not the background

Turning an intangible newspaper to a tangible one

Going from an almost artisan model to one in which most tasks are completed electronically for the production of the newspapers, has been one of the most exciting experiences in my half century career. In this new journalism ecosystem, already accustomed to a combined print-digital redaction model, the priorities of this job required a gradual … Continue reading Turning an intangible newspaper to a tangible one