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Pablo Mancini
Pablo Mancini is the author of Hackear el periodismo. Manual de laboratorio (La Crujía, 2011). He lives in Buenos Aires, where he's Digital Services Manager at Clarín Global. He is also Professor of Digital Communication and Journalism at the International Master at the Universidad Mayor (Chile). He was the Digital Content Manager at Grupo El Comercio (Lima, Perú).

Twitter: @mancini

Entries by Pablo Mancini

Infobae salta la censura de Maduro en Venezuela

(3) Comments | Posted October 23, 2014 | 5:41 PM

El régimen bolivariano mantiene bloqueado el acceso desde el viernes 10 de octubre. Ahora Infobae presenta una nueva plataforma técnica para que los venezolanos accedan libremente a las noticias

Desde hoy, ingresando a www.Infobae.Press cualquier persona en Venezuela podrá recuperar el acceso a todos los contenidos de

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A Global Alliance in Defense of Freedom of the Press

(0) Comments | Posted October 22, 2014 | 11:41 AM

The censorship imposed by Nicolás Maduro against Infobae is not an isolated incident. The Venezuelan regime has done the same thing before to local and international media. In the last few years, other publications have been "disconnected" from the Internet all around the world. But the problem of...

Read Post Bypasses Maduro's Censorship in Venezuela

(0) Comments | Posted October 16, 2014 | 4:58 PM

Since October 10, the government of Nicolás Maduro has blocked Venezuelan readers from accessing the internet news site Infobae. Now Infobae is introducing a new platform so Venezuelans can access the website's content for free once more.

Staring today, anyone in Venezuela entering will...

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Metrics for Attention in Networks

(0) Comments | Posted March 22, 2012 | 6:15 PM

The challenge of mass media, and journalists, with social networks is not getting fans or followers. The most important mission is to expand our editorial relevance in these new environment of cultural consumption and participation.

Journalistic relevance in networks is not guaranteed by the increasing number of followers, of...

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Data Journalism: Facts Are Sacred

(1) Comments | Posted December 27, 2011 | 9:35 AM

Simon Rogers' book Facts are Sacred: The Power of Data was published as a Kindle version on Dec. 22nd. The author is in charge of one of the more interesting initiatives of data journalism in the industry, The Guardian's Data Store.

Facts are...

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Like a Network, Unlike a Magnet

(0) Comments | Posted December 1, 2011 | 10:43 AM

The work and results of digital media are produced within a network, but, generally, they tend to be measured and analyzed as if they were magnets.

Due to the kind of cultural consumption shaped by the analogical model, media have historically behaved like a magnet, instead of like a...

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An Earthquake For Digital Media in Latin America

(1) Comments | Posted September 7, 2011 | 7:32 AM

The digital editions of Latin American mass media outlets have played in recent years a leading role in the development of the region's online journalism and advertising. Newspaper sites were established in 1995 to be the leading content nodes within the broader daily news diet, and as the target for...

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"Wiki" Democracy Begins In Argentina

(1) Comments | Posted August 24, 2011 | 7:27 AM

Citizens analyze the official documents of the primary election, and they are finding irregularities. First drafts of transparency, open government and the power to work a lot with very little data.

Last Sunday, Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner won the country's first national primary...

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