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Ramón Salaverría Aliaga

Department
Proyectos Periodísticos
Facultad de Comunicación. Universidad de Navarra
Research lines
Medios periodísticos digitales
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Most recent scientific publications (since 2010)

Authors: Negredo Bruna, Samuel (Autor de correspondencia); Martínez Costa Pérez, María del Pilar; Breiner, James Gerard; et al.
Journal: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
ISSN 2183-2439  Vol. 8  Nº 2  2020  pp. 73 - 85
Digital-native news organizations have grown steadily in Spain since the mid-1990s and they have become established as a major force in the media market. Paradoxically, their biggest expansion coincided with the Great Recession (2008¿2014). In fact, their numbers increased most during 2012¿2013, when traditional media were cutting staff in response to the economic crisis, and unemployment rates in the media sector as a whole hit their peak. However, these digital-native news startups have yet to prove their sustainability and stability. This study uses our own database of 3,862 native and non-native digital news outlets in Spain and the Reuters Institute Digital News Report to analyze a number of characteristics of these media, such as the percentage that have gone inactive, the relative popularity of legacy brands vs. digital natives, multi-platform synergies, content subject matter, geographical location, ownership, and funding sources. Based on these quantitative parameters, this study reviews the structural strengths and weaknesses of digital-native media in the Spanish news market. Taking into account these findings, we conclude that the surge in digital-native news media observed in Spain during the Great Recession followed the pattern of creative destruction described by several economists.
Authors: Harlow, Summer (Autor de correspondencia); Kilgo, Danielle K.; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; et al.
Journal: JOURNALISM STUDIES
ISSN 1461-670X  Vol. 21  Nº 11  2020  pp. 1590 - 1608
Previous research suggests that mainstream media coverage around the world follows a ¿protest paradigm¿ that demonizes protesters and marginalizes their causes. Given the recent increase in global protest activity and the growing importance of social media for activism, this paper content analyzes 1,438 protest-related English and Spanish news stories from around the world that were shared on social media, examining framing, sourcing, and marginalizing devices across media outlet type, region, language, and social media platform in order to create a typology of how the protest paradigm operates in an international and social media context. Results showed type of protest, location of protest, and type of media outlet were significantly related to whether news stories adhered to the protest paradigm. Social media shares were predicted by region of media outlet, English-language media, and type of protest.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Autor de correspondencia); Buslón, N.; López Pan, Fernando; et al.
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1699-2407  Vol. 29  Nº 3  2020  pp. e290315
Se presenta un análisis de contenido de todos los bulos (N=292) relacionados con la pandemia Covid-19 identificados por las tres plataformas de verificación acreditadas en España, durante el primer mes del estado de alarma decretado por el Gobierno (14 marzo 2020 ¿ 13 abril 2020). El estudio muestra que los bulos sobre el coronavirus fueron diseminados principalmente en las redes sociales y, entre ellas, sobre todo en las cerradas, como la aplicación móvil de mensajería WhatsApp. También detecta las particularidades formales y de contenido más frecuentes de los contenidos falsificados. Los resultados revelan que la pandemia, además de generar un gran número de bulos sobre salud y ciencia, casi un tercio de la muestra, también propició la difusión de numerosos contenidos falsos de tema político y gubernamental. El artículo explora los formatos, fuentes y territorios de procedencia de los bulos. Más allá de sus resultados empíricos, este estudio realiza contribuciones teóricas en el marco de los emergentes estudios sobre desórdenes informativos. En concreto, aporta una definición propia de bulo, así como una tipología en la que se identifican cuatro tipos de bulos: broma, exageración, descontextualización y engaño. A partir de esos cuatro tipos, se propone un `diagrama de gravedad de los bulos¿.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Autor de correspondencia)
Journal: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
ISSN 2183-2439  Vol. 8  Nº 2  2020  pp. 1 - 4
Digital native news media are becoming a blooming phenomenon, expanding globally. Up until now, however, the scholar community has paid little attention to online-born media, compared to the high interest devoted to the legacy media brands. Drawing upon the extant literature on this emerging topic, this editorial summarizes the empirical and theoretical contributions of the thematic issue entitled ¿Digital Native News Media: Trends and Challenges.¿ The author highlights that the studies selected for this thematic issue not only explore the innovative characteristics and opportunities of digital native media in thirty countries, but also provide a cautionary tale about their structural problems and limitations.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Autor de correspondencia); Costa, Carlos
Journal: INTERCOM - REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE CIÊNCIAS DA COMUNICAÇÃO
ISSN 1809-5844  Vol. 43  Nº 1  2020  pp. 193 - 200
Authors: Cabrera Méndez, Marga; Codina, Lluís; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: REVISTA LATINA DE COMUNICACION SOCIAL
ISSN 1138-5820  Nº 74  2019  pp. 1506 - 1520
Introducción. Se analizan los usos y la percepción de expertos y profesionales hispanos de la comunicación en relación con la expresión "nuevo medio", con el fin de llegar a una definición actualizada del concepto. Metodología. Se identifica y analiza una muestra compuesta por 70 profesionales expertos en innovación periodística, pertenecientes a 16 países de habla hispana, a quienes se les realizó una entrevista semi-estructurada que contenía la siguiente pregunta: "¿qué es para usted un nuevo medio?". Las entrevistas se realizaron entre 2016 y finales de 2018. Conclusiones y discusión. La mayoría definió la expresión ¿nuevo medio¿ como un ecosistema mediático alternativo al tradicional, que innova, utiliza nuevos formatos narrativos y tiene una nueva relación con la audiencia. Asimismo, el estudio muestra una tendencia a entender como "nuevo medio" no solo las publicaciones digitales. A partir de esas referencias, el artículo discute el significado actualizado de la expresión "nuevo medio", en un mundo en el que los medios digitales y los medios sociales ya no son tan nuevos.
Authors: Sánchez-García, Pilar (Autor de correspondencia); Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1699-2407  Vol. 28  Nº 3  2019  pp. e280303
La investigación en torno a la narrativa periodística multimedia cuenta con algunos estudios empíricos, pero adolece todavía de una débil fundamentación teórica. El presente artículo propone una fundamentación transdisciplinar de la narrativa periodística multimedia, a partir de la Semiótica y de la Narratología. Mediante un método hipotético-deductivo se explican, en primer lugar, las bases del relato multimedia desde un modelo semiótico, basado en las categorías de ideación-composición-recepción. En segundo lugar, empleando la teoría narratológica, se describe el proceso narrativo multimedia desde la fase pre-compositiva, en la que los periodistas ensamblan los relatos, hasta la fase final de navegación por parte de los usuarios participativos. La combinación de ambos fundamentos teóricos permite dar cuenta de la naturaleza del relato periodístico multimedia, sobre la base de tres elementos: 1) coherencia sintáctica en el multilenguaje, 2) autoría abierta y colectiva, y 3) recepción participativa por parte de la audiencia.
Authors: Menke, Manuel (Autor de correspondencia); Kinnebrock, Susanne; Kretzschmar, Sonja; et al.
Journal: JOURNALISM PRACTICE
ISSN 1751-2786  Vol. 13  Nº 8  2019  pp. 946 - 950
Authors: Appelgren, Ester; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: ESTUDIOS SOBRE EL MENSAJE PERIODISTICO
ISSN 1134-1629  Vol. 25  Nº 2  2019  pp. 639 - 655
Authors: Sánchez-García, Pilar (Autor de correspondencia); Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1699-2407  Vol. 28  Nº 3  2019  pp. e280303
Research about multimedia news storytelling contains several empirical studies, but these lack a theoretical foundation. This article proposes a transdisciplinary foundation of multimedia news storytelling, based on semiotics and narratology. First, the bases of multimedia news storytelling are explained using a hypothetical-deductive methodology and the semiotic categories of ideation-composition-reception. Second, based on narratology, the multimedia storytelling process is described, starting from the pre-compositive stage, in which journalists assemble the stories, to the final stage of navigation by the participatory users. The combination of both theoretical foundations allows us to explain the nature of multimedia news storytelling, based on three elements: 1) syntactic coherence between the multiple languages used, 2) open and collective authorship, and 3) participatory reception by the audience.
Authors: Appelgren, E.; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: ESTUDIOS SOBRE EL MENSAJE PERIODISTICO
ISSN 1134-1629  Vol. 25  Nº 2  2019  pp. 639 - 655
Authors: Arza Otano, Alicia María; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: MONTI. MONOGRAFIAS DE TRADUCCION E INTERPRETACION
ISSN 1889-4178  Nº 5  2019  pp. 187 - 210
Predictive graphics, which require users to think and deduce before they can access the result, broaden possibilities for media to attract their audience. Recent research suggests that visualizing one¿s predictions improves recall and comprehension of data. Through a qualitative study of interactive infographics, the present article identifies two types of predictive infographics in digital media: users¿ prediction-based graphics and calculation-based predictive graphics. How to challenge users and interaction strategies are analyzed, describing models that could be useful for both researchers and professionals from the field.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 28  Nº 1  2019  pp. e280101
En 1994 se lanzaron los primeros medios web en varios países del mundo. Veinticinco años después, el periodismo digital es una realidad consolidada, no sólo en lo profesional, sino también en lo académico. Con base en una amplia revisión bibliográfica, se examinan las principales áreas de investigación científica en torno a los medios digitales en el último cuarto de siglo, a escala global. Se muestran las líneas de investigación sobre la historia del periodismo en internet, las modalidades de medios digitales, sus lenguajes y desafíos económicos. También se repasan las teorías y métodos de investigación más extendidos. El análisis confirma que la investigación sobre periodismo digital es una disciplina afianzada y en desarrollo, si bien tiene pendientes diversos desafíos metodológicos y temáticos que deberá afrontar en los próximos años.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 28  Nº 1  2019  pp. e280101
In 1994, the first web online media outlets were introduced in several countries around the world. Twenty-five years later, digital or online journalism is a confirmed reality and common practice in professional and academic circles. Based on an extensive bibliographic review, this article examines the main areas of academic research related to digital media at the global level in the last quarter of a century. It shows the lines of research on the history of journalism on the Internet, the forms of digital media, their languages and economic challenges. It also reviews the most widespread research theories and methods. The analysis confirms that research on digital journalism is a strong, ongoing discipline, despite the fact that several methodological and thematic challenges will need to be addressed in the next few years.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Autor de correspondencia); Martínez Costa Pérez, María del Pilar; Breiner, James Gerard
Journal: REVISTA LATINA DE COMUNICACION SOCIAL
ISSN 1138-5820  Nº 73  2018  pp. 1034 - 1053
Authors: Appelgren, E., (Autor de correspondencia); Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: JOURNALISM PRACTICE
ISSN 1751-2786  Vol. 12  Nº 8  2018  pp. 986 - 996
In 2013, with the introduction of the Transparency Law in Spain, a number of Spanish newsrooms started working with data journalism methods. In Sweden, which has one of the oldest Freedom of Information acts in the world, newsrooms invested in the skill development of data journalism at approximately the same time. Because previous research suggests that access to public data has been one of the key driving forces for the development of data journalism worldwide, it is important to understand how legislation is actually shaping the practice of data journalism. Based on a survey of 66 key informants in Spain and Sweden and ten in-depth interviews with data journalists from five media companies in each country, we conducted a comparative study, building on the frameworks of media systems to explore data journalism practices in these two countries. The differences found indicate that the national and EU legislation in both nations shape journalistic strategies for accessing data, turning journalists at times into activists fighting for the right to access public data. Beyond the law, data journalists advocate for a transparency culture among the civil servants, in order to secure public accountability.
Authors: Menke, M., (Autor de correspondencia); Kinnebrock, S.; Kretzschmar, S. ; et al.
Journal: JOURNALISM STUDIES
ISSN 1461-670X  Vol. 19  Nº 6  2018  pp. 881 - 904
For two decades, convergence culture has been an important motivator for change in journalism worldwide. Journalism research has followed these developments, investigating the dimensions of change that define convergence as a cultural shift in the newsroom. Research in the European context has mostly been comprised of national case studies of flagship media outlets whereas comparative, let alone quantitative, studies are scarce. In response to these shortcomings, we present a comparative survey among newspaper journalists in managerial positions on convergence strategies in newsrooms from Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, and Portugal. Results show that there is still a dominant print culture present in newsrooms across Europe; however, a shift toward convergence journalism is evident in the strategic implementation of editorial routines and practices as well as in the encouragement of journalists to join convergence developments. Furthermore, newsrooms in Mediterranean countries are more advanced than those in North/Central Europe when it comes to embracing convergence culture because of a stronger audio-visual than print news tradition and a higher motivation among journalists. Our study reveals that after two decades of European convergence journalism, cultural change moves slowly but steadily toward a news production that makes use of the possibilities emerging from convergence.
Authors: Kilgo, D. K. , (Autor de correspondencia); Harlow, S.; Garcia-Perdomo, V.; et al.
Journal: JOURNALISM
ISSN 1464-8849  Vol. 19  Nº 11  2018  pp. 1497 - 1516
The well-known phrase 'if it bleeds, it leads' describes the sensational approach that has penetrated the history of news. Sensationalism is a term without complete consensus among scholars, and its meaning and implications have not been considered in a digital environment. This study analyzes 400 articles from online-native news organizations across the Americas, evaluating the sensational treatment of news categories and news values, and their associated social media interaction numbers on Facebook and Twitter. Findings suggest that 'hard' news topics like government affairs and science/technology were treated sensationally just as often as traditionally sensationalized categories like crime or lifestyle and society. In addition, audiences are not necessarily more likely to respond to sensational treatments. This study also finds that online-native news organizations use sensationalism differently, and there is significant variation in publications from the United States, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico.
Authors: Danielle K. Kilgo, (Autor de correspondencia); Summer Harlow; Victor García-Perdomo; et al.
Journal: MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY
ISSN 1520-5436  Vol. 21  Nº 5  2018  pp. 606 - 630
Authors: Garcia-Perdomo, V., (Autor de correspondencia); Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Kilgo, D. K.; et al.
Journal: JOURNALISM STUDIES
ISSN 1461-670X  Vol. 19  Nº 8  2018  pp. 1180 - 1201
Audiences play a fundamental role in disseminating and evaluating news content, and one of the big questions facing news organizations is what elements make content viral in the digital environment. This comparative study of the United States, Brazil and Argentina explores what values and topics present in news shared online predict audience interaction on social media. Findings shed light on what news values and topics trigger more audience responses on Facebook and Twitter. At the same time, a comparison between popular content produced by traditional media versus online-native media reveals that the former lean more toward government-related news and conflict/controversy news values than online native media. Brazilian stories prompted more social media interactivity than content from the United States or Argentina. Through content analysis, this study contributes to improving our understanding of audiences' news values preferences on social networks. It also helps us to recognize the role of users' online activities (sharing, commenting and liking) in the social construction of news and meaning inside the networked sphere. Finally, it opens an old media debate about whether providing and sharing too much media content with conflict, controversy and oddity could potentially hinder understanding and agreement in society. Articles were collected via media tracking and the data collection company NewsWhip.
Authors: Harlow, Summer; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Kilgo, Danielle K. ; et al.
Journal: JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION
ISSN 0021-9916  2017  pp. 328 - 349
In 2014 protests erupted around the world after 43 college students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico, were kidnapped and massacred. This bilingual, cross-national content analysis explores the relationship between multimedia features in stories about the Ayotzinapa protests and how social media users liked, shared, and commented on that coverage. This study furthers our understanding of the protest paradigm in a digital context, and sheds light on differences in mainstream, alternative, and online media outlets' coverage of protesters. Additionally, this study suggests social media users might prefer more legitimizing coverage of protesters than mainstream media typically offer.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: REVISTA MEDITERRANEA DE COMUNICACION
ISSN 1989-872X  Vol. 8  Nº 1  2017  pp. 19 - 31
Since their beginnings in the 1990s, digital news media have undergone a process of settlement and diversification. As a result, the prolific classification of online media has become increasingly rich and complex. Based on a review of media typologies, this article proposes some theoretical bases for the distinction of the online media from previous media and, above all, for the differentiation of the various types of online media among then. With that purpose, nine typologic criteria are proposed: 1) platform, 2) temporality, 3) topic, 4) reach, 5) ownership, 6) authorship, 7) focus, 8) economic purpose, and 9) dynamism.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: REVISTA MEDITERRANEA DE COMUNICACION
ISSN 1989-872X  Vol. 8  Nº 1  2017  pp. 19 - 32
Desde su aparición en los años 1990, los medios periodísticos digitales han experimentado un proceso de asentamiento y diversificación. Como consecuencia, la fértil clasificación de los cibermedios se ha hecho cada vez más rica y compleja. A partir de una revisión de las tipologías de medios, este artículo propone bases teóricas para la distinción de los cibermedios respecto de los medios anteriores y, sobre todo, para la diferenciación de los distintos tipos de cibermedios entre sí. Con tal fin, se proponen nueve criterios clasificadores: 1) plataforma, 2) temporalidad, 3) tema, 4) alcance, 5) titularidad, 6) autoría, 7) enfoque, 8) finalidad económica y 9) dinamismo.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: CUADERNOS DE PERIODISTAS
ISSN 1889-2922  Nº 35  2017  pp. 15 - 22
Authors: Harlow, Summer; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: DIGITAL JOURNALISM
ISSN 2167-0811  Vol. 4  Nº 8  2016  pp. 1001 - 1019
This study maps the emerging digital media landscape of online-native news sites in Latin America, interrogating to what extent these sites challenge mainstream, traditional journalism. Researchers identified and analyzed the region¿s online-native sites, exploring their influence and ¿alternativeness¿¿in terms of ownership, funding, content, degree of activism, and organizational goals¿and their ¿digital-ness,¿ in terms of the sites¿ inclusion of multimedia, interactive, and participatory digital features. In general, results show that the most influential online-native sites are attempting to renovate traditional, outdated modes of journalism, serving as alternatives to mainstream media and aiming to change society, even if the sites do not necessarily self-identify as ¿alternative¿ per se. Their emphasis on using innovative, digital techniques is important for re-conceptualizing not just the role of journalism in a digital era, but also journalism¿s relationship to alternative media and activism.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 25  Nº 2  2016  pp. 163 - 167
Las profesiones de la comunicación han vivido en un debate continuo respecto de su identidad y sus modalidades. Con la irrupción de las tecnologías digitales, este debate se ha acentuado y hay quienes niegan incluso la necesidad de que existan profesionales de la intermediación informativa. Este artículo pondera los principales argumentos a favor y en contra de contar con profesionales de la comunicación. El autor concluye que pesan más las razones para el optimismo, puesto que el entorno hiperconectado hacia el que se dirige la sociedad abrirá muchas oportunidades profesionales para los especialistas en comunicación.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 24  Nº 3  2015  pp. 223 - 226
Authors: Ebrahimi, Marziyeh; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: OBSERVATORIO
ISSN 1646-5954  Vol. 9  Nº 1  2015  pp. 159 - 170
The virtual identity of women in the cyberspace surrounding Muslim countries is undergoing a process of differentiation from real-life identity. Although in some Arab countries women present themselves in online social networks as faceless users, in other Muslim countries, such as in Iran, they act differently. Despite the risk of possible real-life consequences, in some Muslim countries women are starting to feel free to decide how to present themselves on the Net, especially regarding the Islamic hijab. In addition, Muslim men and women are engaging in more open dialogue through their digital identities. Furthermore, social networks have given Muslim citizens a political voice, giving them the freedom to express what they object to in social or political terms. Within the context of Iranian society, this research project analyzes how the virtual and real behavior of female Muslim Facebook users varies and how the social networks are pushing them towards a kind of `Westernization¿. The data has been collected through a content analysis of 550 public Facebook profiles of Iranian female users who live inside and outside this country.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 24  Nº 4  2015  pp. 397 - 404
Se analizan las características, actividades y resultados de los laboratorios ¿también conocidos como labs¿ promovidos en los últimos años por empresas periodísticas de prestigio, a escala internacional. Se realiza un estudio comparado sobre una muestra de 31 labs, en base a la información corporativa que ofrecen en sus respectivos sitios web y en sus cuentas en Twitter. Ese análisis permite identificar la estructura prototípica, tareas, funcionamiento y resultados de los labs en los medios. Se identifican cuatro modelos principales: 1) dedicados al desarrollo de aplicaciones y tecnologías digitales; 2) centrados en la exploración de nuevas narrativas multimedia y el periodismo de datos; 3) destinados a promover proyectos empresariales y startups; y 4) orientados a actividades de formación profesional y programas de alfabetización mediática.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: LIBRO BLANCO DE LA PRENSA DIARIA
ISSN 1696-683X  Vol. 2015  2015  pp. 149 - 154
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PARAGRAFO (FIAM-FAAM CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO)
ISSN 2317-4919  Vol. 3  Nº 1  2015  pp. 79 - 83
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: CUADERNOS DE PERIODISTAS
ISSN 1889-2922  Nº 29  2014  pp. 9 - 22
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: ANUARIO THINKEPI
ISSN 1886-6344  Vol. 6  2012  pp. 161 - 165
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: CUADERNOS DE COMUNICACION EVOCA
ISSN 2173-3841  Vol. 7  2012  pp. 11 - 16
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: BRAZILIAN JOURNALISM RESEARCH
ISSN 1981-9854  Vol. 7  Nº 11  2011  pp. 137 - 152
During the last decade, the teaching and research on online journalism has become widespread in journalism faculties throughout the world. Such development has brought many undergraduate and graduate courses on the issue, as well as a number of networks of researchers and specialized publications in many countries. Once this initial process is over, it is time to bring the discipline of online journalism to its maturity at the university. For this aim, the author proposes to switch the current training model, which basically shows how to manage digital tools, to another broader one that teaches journalism principles and skills in an online environment. Regarding research, he suggests not to limit it to descriptive studies, but to develop also more analytical works that could better serve both the academic community and the online media professionals.
Authors: MacGregor, Philip; Balcytiene, Aukse; Fortunati, Leopoldina; et al.
Journal: Journalism-theory, practice & criticism
ISSN 1464-8849  Vol. 5  Nº 12  2011  pp. 627 - 646
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: BRAZILIAN JOURNALISM RESEARCH
ISSN 1981-9854  Vol. 7  Nº 2  2011  pp. 141 - 157
Durante a última década, o ensino do, e a pesquisa em ciberjornalismo se tornaram difundidos pelas faculdades de jornalismo no mundo inteiro. Este desenvolvimento fez surgir muitos cursos de graduação e pós-graduação sobre esse assunto, além de um número de redes de pesquisadores e de publicações especializadas em muitos países. Quando este processo inicial acabar, estará na hora de levar a disciplina do ciberjornalismo para a sua maturidade na universidade. Para alcançar tal objetivo, o autor propõe a substituição do modelo atual de treinamento, que basicamente ensina a manejar as ferramentas digitais, por outro modelo mais amplo, que ensina os princípios e as habilidades em um ambiente on-line. Com relação à pesquisa, ele sugere não limitá- la aos estudos descritivos, e desenvolver também trabalhos mais analíticos que possam servir melhor tanto à comunidade acadêmica como aos profissionais dos cibermeios.
Authors: Masip Masip, Pere; Díaz Noci, Javier; Domingo Santamaría, David; et al.
Journal: El Profesional de la Informacion
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 19  Nº 6  2010  pp. 568 - 576
Se realiza una revisión del estado del arte de la investigación internacional en ciberperiodismo. El estudio se centra en el análisis de las principales aproximaciones producidas en cuatro de las áreas más significativas de la disciplina. Tres de ellas constituyen las principales características que definen el discurso digital: la hipertextualidad, la interactividad y la multimedialidad; mientras que la última se centra en la convergencia periodística, uno de los campos más prolíficos en los últimos años. La revisión de la literatura permite observar la evolución en los enfoques utilizados en las investigaciones a lo largo de los últimos 20 años, así como la incorporación de nuevas metodologías.
Authors: Meso Ayerdi, Koldobika; Díaz Noci, Javier; Lamondo Ureta, Ainara; et al.
Journal: MEDIATIKA. CUADERNOS DE MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION
ISSN 1137-4462  Nº 12  2010  pp. 301 - 319
Este estudio analiza el grado de penetración de Internet en las redacciones de los diarios vascos y navarros con edición en la Web y estudia hasta qué punto la Red está modificando las rutinas profesionales de los periodistas. Para ello se dispone de los resultados obtenidos de una encuesta realizada tanto a los responsables como a los periodistas que trabajan en las redacciones electrónicas de los periódicos mencionados.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Journal: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 19  Nº 4  2010  pp. 439 - 440
Authors: Antunes, Maria João; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  HCI International 2020 - Posters. 22nd International Conference, HCII 2020, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 19-24, 2020, Proceedings, Part III
Vol. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol. 1226  2020  pp. 149 - 153
The purpose of this paper is to compare and analyse a sample of podcasts, using the most popular podcasts of iTunes (Top 200 podcasts - Portugal). The data was collected in two different dates (October 1st 2018 and October 15th 2019), using a Portuguese Apple ID. Results show that in October 2018 few Portuguese independent podcasts were presented among the top 200 podcasts in iTunes (22 podcasts). The authors/producers were mostly male persons. The podcasts were mainly dedicated to entertainment (comedy), and the contents were characterized by a freedom of expression impossible to include into any commercial or public media. In October 2019 the top 200 podcasts in iTunes (Portugal) presents a higher number of Portuguese independent podcasts (35 podcasts). The podcasts were included in a greater diversity of categories (e.g. entertainment, society, health & well-being, and politics). There is an increasing integration of podcasting with other services and social networks, including website/blogs, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. Among the most popular contents it was noticed a greater parity between authors/producers (men versus women).
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; De Lima Santos, Mathias Felipe
Book title:  Journalistic metamorphosis: media transformation in the digital age
Vol. 70  Nº Studies in Big Data  2020  pp. 1 - 15
Authors: Menke, Manuel; Kinnebrock, Susanne; Kretzschmar, Sonja; et al.
Book title:  Journalism research in practice: Perspectives on change, challenges, and solutions
2020  pp. 946 - 950
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Fluxos comunicacionais e crise da democracia
2020  pp. 14 - 23
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Corzo Archila, Silvia María
Book title:  The politics of technology in Latin America Volume 2. Digital media, daily life and public engagement
Vol. 2  2020  pp. 149 - 160
Since the beginning of the 21st century, Latin American media panorama is undergoing deep transformations. As in other regions of the world, an increasingly influential actor is emerging in the market: digital native publications. This chapter explores the increasing importance of digital native news media in Central America. Based on the analysis of a sample of 88 such publications, this study puts together the origins, current features and performance of the digital native media in the six Spanish-speaking countries of this area: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. The study concludes that, although the main part of the audience and the business remains in the hands of the legacy media, digital native publications are reshaping the media landscape of Central America. Thus, this chapter provides a comprehensive analysis of a phenomenon that is transforming the media within those countries, helping to better understand the present and possible future impacts of these new media actors in the public sphere of this region.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Rivera-Rogel, Diana; Gonzales-Córdova, Mayra
Book title:  La comunicación en el escenario digital. Actualidad, retos y prospectivas
2019  pp. 263 - 285
Authors: Oggolder, Christian; Brügger, Niels; Metikova, Monika; et al.
Book title:  The handbook of European communication history
2019  pp. 333 - 350
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Martínez Costa Pérez, María del Pilar; Jimeno López, Miguel Ángel; et al.
Book title:  Ecosistema de los cibermedios en España. Tipologías, iniciativas, tendencias narrativas y desafíos
Vol. 1  2019  pp. 25 - 49
medios nacional elaborado hasta la fecha. Analizamos su identidad, bien como medios nativos digitales o bien como publicaciones derivadas de otros medios, sus plataformas de difusión, temas, alcance, titularidad, lenguas en las que se publican, vías de financiación y su nivel de popularidad en las redes sociales (Salaverría, 2017). El objetivo es proporcionar una cartografía pormenorizada de las publicaciones digitales en España. El estudio se basa en un detallado censo de los cibermedios de todo el territorio nacional, realizado por nuestro equipo investigador a lo largo de casi dos años. Advertimos que el censo no incluye la población completa de los cibermedios porque, al margen de la dificultad que entrañaría localizar la totalidad de esos medios, prácticamente todas las semanas se producen en el mercado periodístico español inadvertidas altas y bajas. Por lo tanto, nuestro censo, que continúa siendo actualizado, debe entenderse como una muestra aproximada, si bien dotada de plena representatividad estadística.
Authors: Antunes, Maria João; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Atas 10º Congresso SOPCOM Ciências da Comunicação: Vinte Anos de Investigação em Portugal
2019  pp. 832 - 841
Authors: Corzo Archila, Silvia María; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  La innovación de la innovación: del medio al contenido predictivo. Actas del III Simposio Internacional sobre Gestión de la Comunicación (XESCOM, 2018)
2019  pp. 233 - 247
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies
Vol. 1  2019  pp. 1 - 11
Authors: De Lima Santos, Mathias Felipe; González Tosat, Clara; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Academic track reader. A collection of research papers submitted for the global investigative journalism conference
2019  pp. 371 - 385
Media organizations have been struggling to survive in the digital age. In order to get a chance to pull through while facing the threat of a post-truth era, data and investigative journalism seem to be more important than ever. The old model of highly competitive single newsroom environment evolve to a `new model¿ of sharing information, sometimes on a global scale, dealing with new players. Thus, third-party organizations come in handy to help to overcome the lack of resources and skills within the newsrooms. This study conducted six (n=6) in-depth interviews with professionals working within thirdparty organizations, such as startups, studios or agencies in the five continents (Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania). The results show that the number of news outlets requesting their services have been reducing, with many organizations bringing these skills inside the newsrooms. The political context and media crisis also affect outsourcing by publishers. However, these organizations still believe they will be useful in the future with new technological capacities being requested, such as automation.
Authors: Martínez Costa Pérez, María del Pilar; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Breiner, James Gerard
Book title:  Ecosistema de cibermedios en España. Tipologías, iniciativas innovadoras, tendencias narrativas y desafíos
Vol. 1  2019  pp. 225 - 239
Al compás de los cambios tecnológicos, han evolucionado los lenguajes informativos, los procesos de trabajo en las redacciones, los perfiles profesionales de los periodistas, las formas en las que estos se relacionan con la audiencia y, en definitiva, todos y cada uno de los ámbitos en los que se concreta la actividad periodística. Como resultado de esos cambios, en España ha emergido un nuevo mercado periodístico. De ese panorama, se deducen algunas conclusiones. La primera es que, a diferencia de hace un par de décadas, la noticia ya no es la expansión de los medios digitales. Ese es un fenómeno prácticamente completado, cuyo principal desarrollo tuvo lugar en torno al cambio de siglo. Ha alcanzado tal grado madurez que hoy resulta anacrónica la etiqueta de ¿nuevos medios¿, con la que muchos continúan designando a las publicaciones digitales, ya plenamente asentadas. La verdadera novedad corresponde hoy a la composición del mercado de los cibermedios.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Sádaba Chalezquer, Charo; Breiner, James Gerard; et al.
Book title:  Communication: Innovation & Quality
2019  pp. 229 - 247
In recent years, journalism in Latin America has been undergoing profound transformations. Confronting the stagnation or even decline of a large part of the big media industry, hundreds of digital native publications are surging up to challenge the traditional journalism landscape of this region. From the Caribbean to Patagonia, all 20 Latin American countries are witnessing the emergence of innovative online media projects that, in some cases, have already reached a high degree of consolidation. This chapter analyzes the origins, models and challenges of this emerging Latin American journalism. Firstly, it shows the historical evolution of these digital native media outlets. Then, their current characteristics are analyzed, focusing on their innovative ways to explore sustainable business models. Finally, the challenges for the future consolidation of these emerging digital media are examined.
Authors: Antunes, Maria João; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Libro de Comunicaciones del VI Congreso Internacional de la AE-IC. - 'Comunicación y Conocimiento'
2018  pp. 1753 - 1770
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Contenidos transmedia para la radiotelevisión de proximidad
2018  pp. 23 - 32
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Martínez Costa Pérez, María del Pilar; Breiner, James Gerard
Book title:  Post-periodismo: entre lo real y lo virtual. Libro resúmenes del XXIV Congreso Internacional de la Sociedad Española de Periodística (SEP)
2018  pp. 73 - 74
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Title: Latin America
Book title:  Reuters Institute digital news report 2017
2017  pp. 46 - 47
Authors: Barbosa, Suzana; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Traductor)
Title: Brasil
Book title:  CIberperiodismo en Iberoamérica
Nº 49  2016  pp. 37 - 59
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Title: España
Book title:  Ciberperiodismo en Iberoamérica
Nº 49  2016  pp. 170 - 209
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Dos dados aos formatos: a construção de narrativas no jornalismo digital
2016  pp. 227 - 229
Authors: Sádaba Chalezquer, Charo; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Innovación y desarrollo de los cibermedios en España
2016  pp. 41 - 47
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Innovación y desarrollo de los cibermedios en España
2016  pp. 255 - 263
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Ciberperiodismo en Iberoamérica
Nº 49  2016  pp. XV - XXXIV
Authors: Sádaba Chalezquer, Charo; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Periodismo y democracia en el entorno digital
2016  pp. 149 - 164
Authors: Bastos, Helder; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Traductor)
Title: Portugal
Book title:  Ciberperiodismo en Iberoamérica
Nº 49  2016  pp. 329 - 346
Authors: Desideri Freitas, Leonardo Luís; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  El nuevo diálogo social: organizaciones, públicos y ciudadanos
2015  pp. 149 - 160
Authors: Ebrahimi, Marziyeh; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  The business of media: change and challenges
2015  pp. 143 - 155
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Periodismo disruptivo: dilemas y estrategias para la innovación
2015  pp. 137 - 143
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Mapping foreign correspondence in Europe
2014  pp. 243 - 251
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Webjornalismo: 7 caraterísticas que marcam a diferença
2014  pp. 25 - 52
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Escribir para la red: reflexiones sobre la nueva (y vieja) escritura informativa `online'
2014  pp. 167 - 176
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Negredo Bruna, Samuel
Book title:  Evolución de los cibermedios: de la convergencia digital a la distribución multiplataforma
2013  pp. 175 - 180
Authors: García Avilés, José Alberto; Masip Masip, Pere; Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  The handbook of global online journalism
2012  pp. 21 - 38
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Title: Presentation
Book title:  Diversity of Journalisms: proceedings of the ECREA Journalism Studies Section and 26th International Conference of Communication (CICOM) at University of Navarra, Pamplona, 4-5 July 2011
2011  pp. 8-10
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Diversity of Journalisms: proceedings of the ECREA Journalism Studies Section and 26th International Conference of Communication (CICOM) at University of Navarra, Pamplona, 4-5 July 2011
2011  pp. 405-405
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Convergencia digital: reconfiguración de los medios de comunicación en España
2010  pp. 27 - 40
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  El cambio mediático
2010  pp. 236 - 249
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  C+D comunicación y desarrollo: actas y memoria final del Congreso Internacional AE-IC, celebrado en Málaga, del 3 al 5 de febrero de 2010
2010  pp. 68
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; Suso, Blanca; Estrada, Manuel
Book title:  Los retos de la era digital
2010  pp. 65 - 81
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
Book title:  Generación TIC: empresarios y líderes de las Tecnologías de la información y la Comunicación explican cómo hacer negocio con éxito
2010  pp. 187 - 192
Epílogo del libro "Generación TIC. Empresarios y líderes de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación explican cómo hacer negocio con éxito"
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón; García Avilés, José Alberto; Masip Masip, Pere
Book title:  Convergencia digital: reconfiguración de los medios de comunicación en España
2010  pp. 41 - 64
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Editor); De Lima Santos, Mathias Felipe (Editor)
2021 
This book explores innovative approaches to digital and data journalism in Latin America, brought by both legacy media and newcomers to the industry, with the purpose of examining this changing media landscape. As part of the Global South, Latin America has shown significant influence in the promotion of data and digital technologies applied to journalism in recent years. In this region, news entrepreneurs are becoming an essential source of innovation in news production, circulation, and distribution. The book considers news media, particularly in Latin America, as an open set of practices intertwined in the evolution of technology. It discusses the transformation of the Latin American news media ecosystem and considers how it has shaped the industry despite local differences. The study fills a significant gap in academic scholarship by addressing the multiple external factors, mainly political and economic, which have contributed to the relative lack of studies on the patterns of journalism in this region.
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón (Coordinador)
2016 
Authors: Stenvall-Virtanen, Sari; Grönlund, Mikko; Malinen, Pasi; et al.
2016 
Authors: Salaverría Aliaga, Ramón
2011 

Teaching experience

   

Escenarios digitales. 
Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo.

Documentación periodística (Fcom). 
Universidad de Navarra - Facultad de Comunicación.

Ciberperiodismo (Fcom). 
Universidad de Navarra - Facultad de Comunicación.

Gestión y desarrollo de nuevos medios (MEGEC). 
Universidad de Navarra - Facultad de Comunicación.

Nuevos periodismos: relatos, modalidades y formatos. 
Universidad de Valencia.

Ciberperiodismo. 
Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja.

Curso de ciberperiodismo. 
Universidad Católica Andrés Bello.

Periodismo digital. 
Universidade da Coruña.

   
   

  Other relevant merits

Ramón Salaverría (1970) is Full Professor of Journalism at the University of Navarra and Associate Dean of Research at the School of Communication. His research focuses on digital journalism and new media. Principal investigator of the Digital News Media Research Group, he coordinates the studies on 'Society and communication in the digital environment', one of the strategic lines of research at the University of Navarra.

He has been visiting researcher at the Digital Media Research Program in the University of Texas at Austin (USA), as well as visiting professor at a dozen universities in several countries. At the international level, he has been chair of the Journalism Studies Section of ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association) and a member of the World Journalism Education Council. He has delivered courses, seminars and keynotes in more than 30 countries.

At the School of Communication of the University of Navarra, he has been in charge of the Digital Unav - Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life, as well as the Department of Journalistic Projects and the Multimedia Communication Laboratory (MMLab).

He has extensive experience as director of national and European research projects on digital media. Author of over 250 scholarly publications, he has published, among others, the books Journalism, Data and Technology in Latin America (2021), Ciberperiodismo en Iberoamérica (2016), Periodismo integrado (2008), and Redacción periodística en Internet (2005 ). He has published research in top-ranked international scientific journals on communication and journalism.

As a specialist in news media, the United Nations (UN) included him in its Global Experts directory. Likewise, the newspaper El Mundo has highlighted him on several occasions in the ranking of 'The 500 most influential Spaniards', as an Internet expert.