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Cómo destituir al director de un diario

No han echado a Pedro J. porque los ministros no fuesen a sus entregas de premios. Eso era solo simbólico. Las presiones han sido mucho más sencillas: han…

Collaboration, not competition, is the future of journalism

Photo credit: Richard Masoner via Flickr. Sending a reporter to a crowded press conference used to make sense. Elbowing aside rivals to publish the story first was expected….

Currently reading: Dispatches

Currently reading: Dispatches, by Michael Herr.

Transparency allows democracy to thrive

Theoretically, the structure of our government is supposed to keep us safe from government abuse, but the rise of an enhanced security state after the attacks of Sept….

“Necesitas manejar con soltura conceptos básicos de estadística”

Necesitas manejar con soltura conceptos básicos de estadística. Todavía no lo sabes, pero puede ser lo más importante para tu carrera, independientemente del periodismo que vayas a hacer….

Dentro es todo más sencillo

El mercado laboral periodístico es invisible, subterráneo, injusto, basado en contactos y muy difícil de atacar desde fuera. Una vez “dentro” es todo más sencillo. Consejos que me…

“The entire news business is miles behind e-commerce”

The New York Times is a leader among news organizations when it comes to article recommendations — but the entire news business is miles behind e-commerce here. (There’s…

The death of the newspaper

The death of the newspaper, often denied but much feared, may be avoided by adapting to the new circumstances. And to some extent, the change has already begun…

It’s not that easy

The advent and popularity of the tablets — portable, small, easy to handle — have given publishers the incorrect impression that the transition from print to digital could…

The importance of visual storytelling

The importance of graphic identity, and even more, of visual storytelling, is not decreasing. To the contrary, managing to reconstruct a consistent reading structure that gets the reader…