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  • It’s all about the telegraph

    Posted on 23/04/14

    If somebody talks to you about the telegraph, maybe you think about prehistory. But the telegraph has been the origin of many improvements (both ideological and material) of today’s society, although many of us did not know about that. Thus, as James Carey has analised in his studies, the telegraph can be considered the origin […]

  • Do we have to pay?

    Posted on 19/04/14

    One of the most controversial topics dealing with digital newspapers is whether readers should pay for reading an online edition. Most people are used to visit web pages that are free. But should not they pay when the printed edition is not free? Is not this an incongruity? Free online newspapers are an important problem […]

  • Technology, Monitoring and Imitation in Contemporary News Work

    Posted on 19/02/14

    This is the title of one of the many studies that Pablo Boczkowski has written all along his career. He assures that, although nowadays we have a very efficient tool that should provide the media much more variety (the World Wide Web), what really happens is that there is an incipient and increasing homogeneity in […]

  • Just try to attract your audience!

    Posted on 25/06/13

    James Curran is one of the many scholars who have dared to explain how journalism of the future will be. For him, citizen journalism is the key for this profession, so that anonymous people will create journalistic content. As we have said in other posts, it is necessary to leave this job to professionals who […]

  • The XIX Century might save journalism of the future

    Posted on 26/04/13

    As we know, journalism is suffering a double crisis: both economic and systematic. But it seems that there is a solution for the second one. Or this is, at least, what Debra Reddin thinks. This professor at Augusta University believes that nineteenth century journalism would be useful for today’s journalism. For her, the journalistic model […]

  • The XIX Century might save journalism of the future

    Posted on 28/11/12

    As we know, journalism is suffering a double crisis: both economic and systematic. But it seems that there is a solution for the second one. Or this is, at least, what Debra Reddin thinks. This professor at Augusta University believes that nineteenth century journalism would be useful for today’s journalism.   For her, the journalistic […]