Bonita Stewart, vice president, Americas, partner business solutions at Google, told the ISOJ audience at the Blanton Museum of Art, on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, that people no longer go online, they live online. Read more »
More than half of journalists in Bolivia said they have suffered censorship and/or self-censorship during their professional lives, according to a presentation by researcher Virginie Poyetton on April 16 on her new book “Journalistic censorship and self-censorship in Bolivia. A perspective from within the profession itself,” reported newspaper Opinión. Read more »
Two months ago, the Mexican government purchased a 14-page advertorial that ran in TIME magazine. Now, President Peña Nieto will appear on the cover of TIME’s international edition released today, posing above the headline “Saving Mexico”— an editorial choice that has sparked controversy and accusations that TIME has essentially sold good publicity to the Mexican government. Read more »
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Anyone who has tried to open their local newspaper’s website on a smartphone already knows what responsive web design is, or rather, what it should be. Responsive web design, or RWD, aims to create the optimal viewing experience for websites across multiple devices, from desktops to smartphones. Read more »
- Article 19 condemned legislators in the state of Chiapas, Mexico, for penalizing access to police and court information. [Campaña Permanente de Protección a Periodistas en México]
The line between journalism and ads: Popular blogger, website editor debate ethics of sponsored content
New report says men, people with a college education and the young are the 'most engaged' mobile news readers in the U.S.
A new report from the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism and The Economist Group found that men, the young, and college-educated individuals are the "most engaged" newsreaders on mobile devices in the United States. Read more »
Headlines from our blog:
- More than 2,000 journalists killed worldwide in 25 years; Mexico is the third deadliest country, says IFJ Feb 04
- Mexican judge orders Attorney General to take case of murdered journalist Feb 04
- Amid attacks, journalists demand guarantees for election coverage from outgoing Haitian president Feb 03
- Brazil's third oldest newspaper terminates its print version Feb 03
- Man accused of crimes against Colombian journalist Jineth Bedoya accepts charges against him after 15 years Feb 02
- In the press, on TV and Twitter, the president of Ecuador wages another war of words against cartoonist Bonil Feb 02
- Brazilian newspaper Zero Hora will replace its Sunday edition with a bigger weekend edition Feb 01
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