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Journalists from all over the country and the region stand in solidarity with colleagues who investigated "The conservative reaction"
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Journalists from all over the country and the region stand in solidarity with colleagues who investigated "The conservative reaction"

Journalists from Argentina and the region expressed solidarity through a statement with six colleagues who were attacked by social networks and threats by telephone after publishing the investigation "The conservative reaction" about an “international network associated with the alt-right or de-democratizing right”. As reported, the attack also included the dissemination of the personal data of Ingrid Beck, Florencia Alcaraz, Paula Hernández, Soledad Vallejos (a journalist for PáginaI12), Paula Rodríguez and Juan Elman, and a hack into the site where the work was published.In a statement entitled "The conservative reaction against the right to information", which already collected more than 900 signatures, journalists from Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Uruguay and El Salvador express...
Horacio González and journalism
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Horacio González and journalism

Days ago, President Alberto Fernández was interviewed by Pedro Rosemblat for his social networks. This unleashed indignant criticism from several journalists from the hegemonic media who were upset with this situation. Luis Majul rebuked: "Mr. President give interviews to journalists!"It's been a long time since hegemonic journalism imposes self-legitimation when exclusivity is attributed to a social role as valuable as that of the right to communicate. It is harmful to democracy when the word is concentrated, and even more so when from that position of power it is sought to annul everything that is outside its all-consuming logic.Nothing could be further from the fulfillment of the right to communication than to place oneself in the position of defining who is in a position to intervie...
Juan Cruz: "The legend of the arrogance of ‘El País’ comes from people who were very arrogant in ‘El País’"
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Juan Cruz: "The legend of the arrogance of ‘El País’ comes from people who were very arrogant in ‘El País’"

Juan Cruz.JAVIER BARBANCHOPuerto de la Cruz (Tenerife), 1948. Journalist, editor and writer. His new book, Polanco Citizen (Debate) is an account of the life of the businessman who led Grupo Prisa.I mix his book with Javier Pradera's from last year and the idea I get is that El Pas it was built on the leadership of three bosses much feared by their subordinates: Polanco, Pradera and Cebrin.Cebrin was blunt. It showed in his manner when he rejected a page from you, with a sign and his signature. But it was very watery Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advantage of this limited-time offer and access all web content I want it Are you already Premium? Log in (function(d,...
The debate on the well-being of young people: "We live better because we live off our parents and worse for the same reason"
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The debate on the well-being of young people: "We live better because we live off our parents and worse for the same reason"

Most young people believe that they live worse than their parents, but there is not a great difference with respect to the voters who consider them privileged compared to that generationUpdated Monday, June 7, 2021 - 17:20Pessimism Why do young people today live worse than their parents Optimism Why do young people today live better than their parents On Sunday a debate was opened: Do young people live better or worse than their parents? The answer is divided into two articles, which set out the different reasons why the new generations were victorious or defeated. Less income, higher unemployment and sharing space with parents until they are over thirty, are the reasons that respond to why the millenials has a worse quality of life. The weight of freedom, access to more information and ...
Those ‘reviews’ on Amazon and TripAdvisor: are they doing everything they can to avoid fraud?
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Those ‘reviews’ on Amazon and TripAdvisor: are they doing everything they can to avoid fraud?

How do online platforms that allow you to leave comments filter inflated (or outright false) reviews? It is not just consumer, but credible informationWe already know what the internet was going to be, the universal form of free intercommunication for all Humanity, and what it has resulted in: a platform for all, yes, but effectively dominated by lying governments and politicians, used by hackers that get into our lives and our pockets and even paralyze an American oil pipeline from China and earn five million dollars of rescue... Disinformation, fake news were words that we did not know 30 years ago, and today they are part Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advantage of this offer for a limited time and access all web content ...
Weekly |  Working mothers: an unequal role in the pandemic
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Weekly | Working mothers: an unequal role in the pandemic

Scrutiny, the podcast behind the investigationTo enrich your experience, we bring you the podcast Scrutiny, through which you will hear from first hand of reporters experiences and details found during the investigation.In this installment of the podcast of Vanguardia Mx, César Gaytán and Diego Santana they talk about some realities that millions of women in Mexico live: being a working mother during the pandemic. The figures of violence, job inequality, physical, mental and emotional exhaustion are alarming. What support does the State offer? What are we doing as a society in this regard? What do mothers say in their own voice? !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod? n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)}; if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n;n.push=n...
Conversing |  WEEKLY: The Rescue of Investigative Journalism
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Conversing | WEEKLY: The Rescue of Investigative Journalism

Investigative journalism is the most accomplished exercise of the trade and one of the most valuable in social terms. VANGUARD is one of the few media outlets that maintains a section dedicated to investigative journalism: WEEKLY. Today, thanks to a strategic alliance with the Border Hub, WEEKLY enter a new era.On the implications this has, in the program TALKING This Friday, the Editorial Director of VANGUARDIA, Kowanin Silva and the head of the innovation area, Cesar Gaytán.It was last Monday, when the new story of this product began, which will be weekly starting on May 3.Starting with the topic, Kowanin Silva, remembered that WEEKLY I know redesigned 15 years ago, when it became an investigative journalism supplement that was a school for many journalists who today form the basis of V...
María José Fuenteálamo, Luisa Alberca Lorente Award for equality for an article by MagasIN
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María José Fuenteálamo, Luisa Alberca Lorente Award for equality for an article by MagasIN

Maria Jose Fuenteálamo have been one of the Winning journalists of the First Edition of the Luisa Alberca Lorente Journalistic Award for gender equality in Castilla-La Mancha, convened by the Ministry of Equality and spokesperson. EL ESPAÑOL's report on Ana Céspedes. Our partner Fuenteálamo has obtained the second prize for her article 'Ana, from Albacete to New York: the chief pharmacist focused on an accessible vaccine for Covid-2019' published in the MagasIN section, on June 15, 2020. This was announced this morning in Alcázar de San Juan, the counselor of the branch, Blanca Fernández,...
Carlos Manuel Alvarez: "My image of Fidel Castro is that of a decrepit tyrant without virility"
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Carlos Manuel Alvarez: "My image of Fidel Castro is that of a decrepit tyrant without virility"

There is no pica in the Castro regime that Carlos Manuel Álvarez knew or his entire generation, that of young Cubans from the new porous exile, which allows them to enter the island, protest and leave again. All the exoduses unite in his new novelCuban writer Carlos Manuel lvarez, author of 'Falsa guerra'.Leandro FealUpdated Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 01:16"The most present image I have of Fidel is that of an old man, a tyrant that he no longer has any of his old traits of virility, encumbered, nothing upright, and that when he expressed himself, that he did so mainly in a kind of short pamphlets that called Reflections, it does so with total incoherence. Gather all the grotesque characteristics of the Latin American dictator in literary terms. It was grotesque, it was cartoonish, with a ...
‘El Papus’, ‘Hermano Lobo’, ‘Por Favor’ and ‘El Jueves’: glory, harassment and destruction of the jesters of the Transition
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‘El Papus’, ‘Hermano Lobo’, ‘Por Favor’ and ‘El Jueves’: glory, harassment and destruction of the jesters of the Transition

Very in summary: The satirical transition, by Gerardo Vilches (edited by Marcial Pons), is a history book that tells the 70s in Spain through its comic political magazines. "It is a very little exploited source but it has many possibilities. It has very immediate, very spontaneous information, taken from a space of freedom that had a very direct connection with the street."explains Vilches.That's the simple definition. Then, if we allow ourselves to be carried away by the imagination, it is tempting to see The satirical transition like a theater text, with its characters on the first page. Four characters, four magazines founded in the 70s, will support the work, each with its conflicts and paradoxes: Brother Wolf, Please, The Papus Y Thursday. Vilches presents them: "Brother Wolf appe...