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January 11 2011

09:32

THE DAY AFTER: SPANISH NEWSPAPERS REACT, YES REACT, TO THE NEW ETA CEASEFIRE ANNOUNCEMENT

EL MUNDO in Madrid explains.

DEIA in Bilbao decodes.

DIARIO VASCO in San Sebastian goes blue…

…and in Valencia LAS PROVINCIAS (same group) follows.

Do they need a design director?

Is this what a local paper means?

Really sad.

Now you know why LEVANTE rules en Valencia.

And why LA VOZ DE GALICIA in La Coruña knows better what a local and regional paper means with the real news of the day about the founder oz ZARA.

While DIARIO DE NOTICIAS in Pamplona does art and literature.

January 10 2011

12:07

DIGITAL ROBOTIC JOURNALISM: ETA SPEAKS AND TOO MANY SPANISH NEWS WEBSITES DO CUT AND PASTE JOURNALISM

A terrorist group speak and too many Spanish news websites react just reproducing their words.

With no instant analysis.

El Pais, El Mundo, ABC, Publico and El Correo do robotic digital journalism: cut and paste journalism.

But La Vanguardia in Barcelona and 20 Minutos in Madrid add to the headline the most important fact hidden by the terrororist: ETA declares a permanent ceasefire but doesn’t renounce to the guns.

This is Journalism 101.

November 13 2010

08:59

LACK OF INFORMATION, LACK OF IDEAS, AND THE FT EXCEPTION

This weekend try to understand what happened at the G20 Summit.

Try it… and you will see how our world media brands are unable to deliver a clear message.

The Financial Times is the exception.

Do you want a proof?

Read this editorial:

G20 Show not to run the world.

Olé!

So our newspapers not knowing what’s going on decided to deliver just PR pictures from our leaders running… out of the real world, out of the real news.

June 15 2010

09:31

JUST LOOK TO HIS EYES… TIRED, ALONE, LOST, DONE

Antonio Heredia took a great picture.

And El Mundo of Madrid edited very well.

Just look at these eyes… and you will see a political dead body.

Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, the Spanish socialist primer minister is a zoombie.

Tired.

Alone.

Lost.

Done.

Who’s next?

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In another great picture of EFE, he seems ready to pray.

Well, it must be the last resource.

For us too.

Let’s pray he understands that he is part of the mess.

Not the solution.

But the problem.

November 06 2009

17:15

GREAT SEMINAR IN MADRID AND MY INTERVIEW IN EL MUNDO

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I had been this week in Madrid to speak in an international seminar organized by El Mundo during its 20 Anniversary celebration.

Among other speakers were Robert Thompson (Wall Street Journal), Will Lewis (The Daily Telegraph), Pedro J. Ramirez (El Mundo), Ben Macintyre (The Times), Giorgio Valerio (RCS), Antonio Fernandez Galiano (Unedisa) and Martim Figueiredo (i-Sojornal).

This was my interview published in El Mundo this Wednesday

Interview EL MUNDO

(In the above picture, the King of Spain and Will Lewis during the El Mundo Awards ceremony where The Daily Telegraph was honored for its coverage of the MP’s expenses scandal)

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