New media don’t kill the old media

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

IAPA sets the tone for the future

With more than 1,300 partners of printed and audiovisual media, the Inter-American Press Association is the largest and most important areopagus that journalism in the Americas counts on to defend and protect the freedom of speech from the many dangers that are constantly lurking. In 75 years of existence, which will be celebrated in October, … Continue reading IAPA sets the tone for the future

The importance of a responsible journalism

The printed media that have cultivated a responsible and professional journalism for years, have also been the greatest supports for building democratic and civilized societies by serving as platforms for the exercise of freedom of expression. There's no better accolade for the independent press, whether it is exercised through radio, television or digital sites, it … Continue reading The importance of a responsible journalism