News through radio and television have been known to be the forerunners of the quick or even instant dissemination model, which synthesized the news rather briefly. Digital media, of this modern era, have taken advantage of this model and have implanted it as a key factor to the new language of social communications. Fifty years … Continue reading Briefness is key
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?
In this modern era, newspapers are more than a compendium of news, graphics and ads on paper. They're many things at once: a distributer of digital content, a bit of TV and a bit of radio and a more real, direct and active interlocutor with its users. That is the magic of multimedia. Amalgamating many … Continue reading The newspapers are many things at once
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
The written press, TV and radio have been the most impacted media by the irruption of digital technologies, radically transforming many of the norms and techniques that the exercise of journalism uses to inform the public. This change has implied a progressive migration of the audiences into the digital platforms, especially social media, and a … Continue reading Three platforms that have already changed