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DOI: 10.31921/doxacom
Issue number: 25, July-December 2017

Authors

Samia Benaissa Pedriza Universidad Complutense de Madrid
(samia.benaissa@ucm.es)
Title Slow journalism in the “infoxication” era Summary Slow journalism appears as a response to the information overload generated by the acceleration of the news production cycle in a digital era marked by the emergence of new operators (social networks, news aggregators). Both the study of cases practiced and the reflection on the function that the so-called “slow journalism” must exert today indicate that this type of journalism is still useful to improve the quality of information products. On the other hand, the existence of an increasing demand of multime- dia contents that analyze the facts in depth is confirmed. That need is being covered by companies that are independent of the mainstream media, which are more interested in developing other mass demand markets such as latest news. Keywords Slow journalism, Longform journalism, “infoxication”, fake news, transmedia narratives.

 

doi: https://doi.org/10.31921/doxacom.n25a6

 

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