Sofia Elanidou, Sofía Cisneros Gavín, Sarah Markewich, Pauline Ranscelot, Stefi Stampoulian, Hande Yılmaz
If we focus on solutions rather than on problems, “transparency” might be a good choice for the 2018 Word of the Year and a logical follow up to “fake news;” the 2017 winner.
“Transparency Finally Takes Off,” is one of the 2018 “Predictions for Journalism” in Nieman Lab’s list via CUNY Journalism School’s Carrie Brown Smith. She says it’s time for the media to recognize the importance of showing “exactly how they work.”
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C. Barbou, C. Barrios, I. Bobicev, D. Gryllou, A. Jareno, F. Mamic
Digitization has revealed a whole new world in the media industry: traditional print media, such as world famous newspapers like the Guardian, NY Times, Le Monde or popular magazines like National Geographic, Cosmopolitan and many others, are moving towards digital. As a result, the information we are receiving from all around the globe is instant, live and real…or maybe not?
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