Relaciones Internacionales – Comunicación Internacional

28 febrero, 2020
por Felipe Sahagún
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Guides for writing, reporting, funding and more – Poynter


From person-to-person coaching and intensive hands-on seminars to interactive online courses and media reporting, Poynter helps journalists sharpen skills and elevate storytelling throughout their…

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Think, for a moment, about all the things you’ve had to learn to do your job. If you work in journalism, that list likely includes:

  • Reporting
  • Creating something with words, images or sound out of that reporting
  • Building knowledge and relationships with sources into a beat so you can continue that reporting
  • Fact-checking
  • Editing
  • Using some kind of a content management system so people can actually see your work
  • Learning or using social media to share that work

These are just the basics, I know. You might also have things like filing FOIA requests, creating databases, building apps, designing products, writing webby headlines, creating documentaries, hosting events and on and on.



28 febrero, 2020
por Felipe Sahagún
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Deciphering Turkey’s darkest night in Syria

All eyes are on Ankara and Moscow in the wake of the severe attack on a Turkish military convoy in Idlib, which threatens to unleash developments that could change all equilibriums in Syria.  –  

Deciphering ’s darkest night in -by Metin Gurcan: «the escalation appears to be a deliberate, well-calculated Russian move…» v @AlMonitor @joshua_landis


Idlib: La gran apuesta por el pequeño trofeo v @nicolasdepedro

Russia and Turkey’s next moves will define the Syrian war’s end (Guardian)



28 febrero, 2020
por Felipe Sahagún
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The BBC under scrutiny


The BBC is the most widely used source of news in the UK. It has lower reach among the young and the less formally educated

easily the most used source of news in the UK. Highly trusted. Reaches 400m around the world every week. But one weirdo in Downing Street doesn’t like it so let’s wreck it, shall we? Here’s the @RISJ research  v @arusbridger