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[ecrea] CFP New Journalisms: social change, technology, and digital transformation

Mon Oct 29 14:35:03 GMT 2018

Digital transformation has modified the dynamics and scope of journalism. The technology has been installed in the newsrooms, and news consumption, so it is time to investigate and question not only the media and formats (virtual reality, drones, podcast, messaging services), but also sustainability (communities of readers and users) and the economic viability of journalistic adventures of a digital nature (journalistic entrepreneurship).

With this extra number, we aim to address the new journalisms under their different names: ubiquitous journalism (Salaverría, 2017), journalism for transformation and social change (Aguilera y Casero, 2018), journalism labs (García Avilés et al., 2018), hacked journalism (Mancini, 2011), immersive journalism (Domínguez, 2015) or transmedia journalism (Serrano Tellería, 2014).

The special issue aims to guide research in journalism to address the naturalization of technology in processes, the production of content, narratives, business models, ethics and university education.

Before this new research cycle that opens a call is made to texts with this list of topics:

 News consumption: where are the readers?

 New journalistic genres: what will we call informative production?

in the new consumer channels?

 Journalism and drones: how to report from the air.

 Journalism and virtual reality.

 Journalism and artificial intelligence.

 Journalism and gamification of journalistic information.

 The local press before the new generation of digital readers: supports,

audiences, contents.

 Ethics of technical information: how to persevere in truthful information,

objective and of public interest?

 Teaching journalistic technology: how to create an education that is


 Design and contents: how much and how is the news read?

 Transmedia: challenge of digital journalistic production.

 Laboratories: explore, innovate, make mistakes.

 Sustainability of new journalistic projects: they are no longer start-ups, but

companies, will they survive?

 Lobby, public information and social change.


Top Spanish Peer-Review Journal (Q1 SJR Scopus). Full accepted papers and articles may be published in Spanish & English.

Please, send articles by 7 January 2019 to (juan.manfredi /at/ <mailto:(juan.manfredi /at/> (special editor) cc @ (jpablos /at/ <mailto:(jpablos /at/>

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