The journalistic profession has undergone numerous transformations over the last decade in order to respond to new demands, challenges and possibilities posed by technological advances and cognitive, social changes and ethics produced in the 21st century.
In post-digital society we are witnessing the birth of increasingly specialized digital native media, whose sustainability can be considered in an environment characterized by indebtedness and the closure of print media and changes in the ways of use and consumption of information by citizens.
In a moment of fast-moving journalism consumption, communication professionals have been forced to adapt under pressure to new informative
formulas and take hold to exercise slow journalism and of quality. How are conventional newsrooms adapting to the new times? Are the professional routines that wemanage to inform in post-society digital adequate?
The arrival of particular initiatives, cooperatives, platforms and foundations that launch, both small media and new ways of practicing journalism, invites us to reflect on the transformations and the future of the information activity.
You are invited to present communications on these thematic axes:
- Transformations of newsrooms and professional routines.
- New professional profiles and specializations of journalists and communicators.
- Slow journalism: platforms, initiatives, associations, challenges and obstacles.
- Journalistic ethics facing disinformation and fake news.