Instructor en el Curso de infografía para ATRESMEDIA 2017

instalaciones del Grupo Antena 3 en San Sebastián de los Reyes.

Curso: ‘Cómo mejorar una noticia con infográficos’
Perfiles: Periodistas de televisión de Antena 3
Lugar: ATRESMEDIA, San Sebastián de los Reyes
Fechas: meses de Julio y Septiembre de 2017
Duración: 6 horas
Organización: ATRESMEDIA, Elena Alonso Albiñana.
Realización: Prodigioso Volcán.
Tutores: Mario Tascón, Rafa Höhr, Juantxo Cruz

Presentación y curso para periodistas sobre cómo mejorar una noticia con gráficos, 2017.
Presentación y curso para periodistas sobre cómo mejorar una noticia con gráficos, 2017.

Coordinador del Máster Universitario en Periodismo de Investigación, Datos y Visualización, UNIR 2015

UNIR, La universidad online a distancia.

Puesta en marcha del Máster Universitario en Periodismo de Investigación, Datos y Visualización.
Universidad: UNIR, Universidad Internacional de la Rioja.
ETCS: 60
Fechas: Octubre de 2013-febrero de 2015
Lugar: Madrid.
Puesto: Adjunto a la Directora Académica del Máster en Periodismo de Investigación, Datos y Visualización, Marian Chaparro.
Funciones: Elaboración del temario para el campus virtual y búsqueda de profesores universitarios para:

• Extraer de las fuentes los datos relevantes y generadores de noticia.
• Transformar datos en historias.
• Adquirir una visión global y estratégica de la narración digital.
• Informar de forma clara, fácil y verificable.
• Visualizar y publicar los datos en gráficos y textos periodísticos.
• Desarrollar el razonamiento estadístico.
• Utilizar el software necesario para la construcción de noticias a través del periodismo de datos.
• Coordinar los diferentes perfiles involucrados en la investigación: periodistas, infografistas, programadores y desarrolladores.

PHOTOS: Al Jazeera, Doha

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Impresionante redacción y plató de Al Jazeera en Doha.
Noticias en inglés por satélite.

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Al Jazeera.

Code of Ethics

View our internationally recognised Code of Ethics.

Being a globally oriented media service, Al Jazeera shall adopt the following code of ethics in pursuance of the vision and mission it has set for itself:

1. Adhere to the journalistic values of honesty, courage, fairness, balance, independence, credibility and diversity, giving no priority to commercial or political over professional consideration.

2. Endeavour to get to the truth and declare it in our dispatches, programmes and news bulletins unequivocally in a manner which leaves no doubt about its validity and accuracy.

3. Treat our audiences with due respect and address every issue or story with due attention to present a clear, factual and accurate picture while giving full consideration to the feelings of victims of crime, war, persecution and disaster, their relatives and our viewers, and to individual privacies and public decorum.

4. Welcome fair and honest media competition without allowing it to affect adversely our standards of performance and thereby having a «scoop» would not become an end in itself.

5. Present the diverse points of view and opinions without bias and partiality.

6. Recognise diversity in human societies with all their races, cultures and beliefs and their values and intrinsic individualities so as to present unbiased and faithful reflection of them.

7. Acknowledge a mistake when it occurs, promptly correct it and ensure it does not recur.

8. Observe transparency in dealing with the news and its sources while adhering to the internationally established practices concerning the rights of these sources.

9. Distinguish between news material, opinion and analysis to avoid the snares of speculation and propaganda.

10. Stand by colleagues in the profession and give them support when required, particularly in the light of the acts of aggression and harassment to which journalists are subjected at times. Cooperate with Arab and international journalistic unions and associations to defend freedom of the press.

BOOKS: Gray Lady Down, William McGowan

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Gray Lady Down
William McGowan
2010
What The Decline and Fall of TNYT means for America.
25,95$

Hardcover: 300 pages
Publisher: Encounter Books (November 16, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1594034869
ISBN-13: 978-1594034862

Product Description
The New York Times was once considered the gold standard in American journalism and the most trusted news organization in America. Today, it is generally understood to be a vehicle for politically correct ideologies, tattered liberal pieties, and a repeated victim of journalistic scandal and institutional embarrassment.

In Gray Lady Down, the hard-hitting follow up to Coloring the News, William McGowan asks who is responsible for squandering the finest legacy in American journalism. Combining original reporting, critical assessment and analysis, McGowan exposes the Times’ obsessions with diversity, «soft» pop cultural news, and countercultural Vietnam-era attitudinizing, and reveals how these trends have set America’s most important news icon at odds with its journalistic mission—and with the values and perspectives of much of mainstream America.

Gray Lady Down considers the consequences—for the Times, for the media, and, most important, for American society and its political processes at this fraught moment in our nation’s history. In this highly volatile media environment, the fate of the Times may portend the future of the fourth estate.

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Coloring the News: How Political Correctness Has Corrupted American Journalism
William McGowan
2003
15$

Paperback: 262 pages
Publisher: Encounter Books; 1 edition (May 1, 2003)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1893554600
ISBN-13: 978-1893554603
Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 6 x 0.9 inches

From Publishers Weekly
In a book likely to spark controversy, and with the relentlessness of a prosecutor, McGowan (Only Man Is Vile: The Tragedy of Sri Lanka), a fellow at the conservative Manhattan Institute, presents case after case in which, he contends, reporters and editors got stories wrong or ignored topics worthy of coverage because of their liberal ideologies and their fear of offending African-Americans, gays or feminists. (In many cases, he says, the journalists later admitted their own timidity.) Both in hiring practices and story coverage, multicultural journalism is «oversimplifying complicated issues» and «undermining the spirit of public cooperation and trust,» McGowan writes. On race, he points to what he calls «soft» coverage of Washington, D.C., mayor Marion Barry and Rev. Louis Farrakhan’s Million Man March. But some of his arguments are inflammatory. Lumping «Gay and Feminist Issues» together in one chapter, he compares the coverage of the Matthew Shepard murder and that of another murder by two gay pedophiles in light of what he calls «the sanctity of the gays-as-victims script.» McGowan also cites biases in reporting on the abortion issue, attributing them to the fact that over 80% of journalists surveyed say they are pro-choice. Detractors will note that journalists rarely cover issues without biases, and that it’s unlikely that journalists of the past covered most causes including the 1960s struggle for civil rights that McGowan holds up as a model for race relations in the United States with the objectivity he trumpets. Skeptics of multiculturalism will love this book, and lefties will love to hate it. (Nov. 15)Forecast: Encounter Books knows how to reach its conservative audience. More generally, this will generate controversy among media mavens.

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William McGowan is the author of «Coloring the News: How Crusading for Diversity has Corrupted American Journalism.»

William McGowan is the author of Only Man Is Vile: The Tragedy of Sri Lanka (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). He has reported for Newsweek International and the BBC and has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, Columbia Journalism Review and other national publications. A regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal, he is currently a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He lives in New York City.

MAGS: Miller-McCune, Smart Journalism. Real Solutions

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Miller-McCune

SAGE Publications
Bimensual
Temas sociales
100.000 ejemplares
Desde abril de 2008
Santa Bárbara, California
25$, 1 año (EEUU)
36$, dos años

Reseña en LA Times.
‘Publisher Sara Miller McCune has serious goals for journalism’.

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El tercer camino para el exito de los medios.
Northwestern University

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What is Miller-McCune?
It’s a public benefit corporation founded by Sara Miller McCune, founder and chairman of SAGE Publications. Its three arms are this Web site, the magazine Miller-McCune and internships. For more details, see our About Us statement.

Sara Miller McCune, the founder, publisher and executive chairman of SAGE Publications, has defied the odds for 45 years to prevail as a woman and a private owner in a field dominated by men and mergers to become the grande dame of academic publishing and a philanthropic diva for education, social justice and the performing arts.

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The online magazine Miller-McCune.com harnesses current academic research with real-time reporting to address pressing social concerns. Each day, we offer you information and possible solutions to concerns in areas such as education, politics, the environment, economics, urban affairs and health so you can join our lively global conversation based on work by researchers, leaders and journalists.

Our print magazine, Miller-McCune, draws on academic research and other definitive sources to provide reasoned policy options and solutions for today’s pressing issues. Articles and other material that appear in the magazine are posted at Miller-McCune.com.

Given the explosive and exponential growth in research and data, we strive to be an «honest broker,» a personal editor for our visitors. While individual articles may suggest a policy or solution associated with a particular party or ideology, as a whole we promise to be nonpartisan.

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At the same time, since so much research and policy work is, well, difficult to read and therefore difficult to act on, we hope to honor its underlying importance through the liberal application of excellent writing, piercing wit and clear explanation. At the same time, we will direct you to the research that underpins what we present.

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As an arm of the nonprofit Miller-McCune Center, we are supported by a combination of grants and advertising revenue. Our major contributor to date has been SAGE Publications, an international publisher of academic journals and textbooks founded by Sara Miller McCune.

PRESS: Proceso, el diablo y el infierno

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Gran exclusiva de PROCESO, México.
(Desde 1976. El logo original fue diseñado por Alfonso Rodríguez Tova, 52 números al año).

Encuentro insólito, el peridiodista localiza al narco.

Julio Scherer García, veterano periodista mexicano: «Si el Diablo me ofrece una entrevista, voy a los infiernos…».

Encuentro con Ismael ‘El Mayo’ Zambada, cártel de Sinaloa, México. El narco más buscado por las autoridades.
Triángulo Dorado de la droga –en los límites de los estados de Sinaloa, Chihuahua y Durango.
Más de 18.000 muertos desde 2006.

POLEMICA MUNDIAL

ADS: The Times, año cero

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Un soldado talibán gana 15 dólares al día.
El sueldo medio en Afganistán no llega a los 2 dólares diarios.

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Para explicárselo, según la publicidad, THE TIMES tiene más corresponsales que sus competidores. Sólo ellos tienen oficina en Kabul.

Población del Reino Unido: 60 millones
Circulación The Times: 505.000 ejemplares
Circulación de sus 10 principales periódicos: 10 millones de copias al día.
The New York Times lo llama ‘LABORATORIO PARA EL FUTURO de los periódicos impresos’.