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Published: 23 May 2022
Journalism Practice pp 1-31; https://doi.org/10.1080/17512786.2022.2075783

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This paper is a systematic literature review on slow journalism, whose aim is to analyse and understand all previously done research on the subject. The review focused on four databases—Web of Science Core Collection, SCOPUS, B-ON and Communication Abstracts—and, after applying the protocol and the analysis model, a corpus of 37 papers was obtained. Data collection ended on 31 January 2022 and no starting date was defined. This analysis shows that, although the concept designation is somewhat recent it is deeply rooted in journalism, it places itself between tradition and innovation. Among other considerations, one should stress the strengthening of the connection with the audience and the idea of being an alternative way of doing, recognising, still, the need for other processes and temporalities.
El Profesional de la información, Volume 31; https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2022.may.07

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The aim of this work is to study slow journalism audiences, with a particular interest in Latin America, specifically Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico. Five case studies were carried out, covering Anfibia (Argentina), Arcadia (Colombia), Gatopardo (Mexico), La silla vacía (Colombia), and Letras libres (Mexico), along with a Delphi study (double round with 27 participants) and a structured questionnaire (of 1,500 people between the ages of 18 and 65 years). The results indicate that 75% of the surveyed population obtain their information from all kinds of digital media, among whom 84% use social media for this purpose. Slow journalism is still mainly unknown to a large fraction (17%) of the population, although once given its definition and some named examples, 40% of those surveyed claimed to have read the slow press at some time. Quality is the main reason for its consumption (62%), followed by searching for specific subjects (46%), especially for young people (65%) and in Colombia (52%). Experts in slow journalism agree that the key to consolidating an audience involves listening to and interacting with its members, together with their active participation in the media.
Carlos Serrano Martín
Revista de Comunicación de la SEECI, Volume 55, pp 101-120; https://doi.org/10.15198/seeci.2022.55.e745

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En estas líneas veremos cómo ha reflejado el séptimo arte, mediante seis películas, el periodismo pausado. Si presentamos y damos a conocer trabajos cinematográficos en los que el periodismo lucha por encontrar nuevas formas de narrar la realidad, y ofrecer a la audiencia un material informativo de mayor calidad, el público desarrollará con el tiempo una visión más optimista del periodismo. De esta forma, los medios de comunicación se ganarán de nuevo el respeto de la audiencia y el consumidor volverá a confiar en la profesión periodística.
Guillermo Gurrutxaga Rekondo, ,
Published: 13 May 2021
Journal: Palabra Clave
Palabra Clave, Volume 24, pp 1-28; https://doi.org/10.5294/pacla.2021.24.2.3

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Este artículo presenta algunas claves de la situación actual del periodismo reposado digital o digital slow journalism (SJ) en el contexto colombiano. Para ello, analiza los resultados de una investigación sobre audiencias y estudia la óptica de medios encuadrados en esta corriente periodística. El artículo pone en común, por un lado, los resultados de una encuesta dirigida a la población colombiana realizada en julio de 2019 y cuyo objeto fue conocer las opiniones y hábitos de consumo del periodismo reposado. Destaca, entre sus resultados, el elevado conocimiento que existe en el país con respecto a la prensa narrativa. De hecho, el 56 % de los lectores de prensa digital colombianos ha accedido alguna vez a ella. Por otro lado, al mismo tiempo, el estudio contrasta los intereses, percepciones y demandas del público con la respuesta dada por dos medios de SJ colombianos, Arcadia y La Silla Vacía, a través de un estudio cualitativo y comparado. La principal conclusión es que los lectores colombianos valoran este tipo de periodismo (le otorgan una calificación de 4 puntos sobre 5) y hay un 58 % de lectores que se manifiesta dispuesto a pagar por su plus de calidad. A pesar de los problemas de financiación a los que se enfrentan estos medios, la investigación vislumbra un nicho de mercado creciente para el SJ en Colombia.
, Alazne Aiestaran, Carmen Peñafiel
Published: 12 April 2021
Journal: Journalism
Journalism, Volume 23, pp 2380-2399; https://doi.org/10.1177/14648849211007034

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The journalism of the 21st Century has gone through a serious transformation consistent with the digital ecosystem. With the aim of shedding some light onto the current journalistic panorama, this article tackles questions relating to digital slow journalism in Spanish, mainly centred on the need of these media to reinvent itself and look for new formulas such as innovation and content quality. Our research is based on an international study – Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Spain – using a triangulation and mixed method with exploratory, descriptive and quantitative techniques: consultation of documentary sources, case studies, in-depth interviews, Delphi study (two rounds with 29 international experts) and surveys (a total of 2000 surveys, 500 surveys per country). These techniques were applied to 10 representative digital Media entities within the slow journalism context in four Ibero-American countries: Revista Anfibia (Argentina), La silla vacía (Colombia), Revista Arcadia (Colombia), Jot Down (Spain), Revista 5W (Spain), CTXT (Spain), Yorokobu (Spain), Panenka (Spain), Letras Libres (Mexico), Gatopardo (Mexico). This essay reflects on the content and elaboration of these publications, journalistic genres, the professionals who work on them and the future challenges facing these projects. The reader profiles of these outlets, their knowledge of slow journalism and their consumer habits are also explained.
Fernando García Chamizo, Oliver Carrero Márquez
Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodístico, Volume 27, pp 295-306; https://doi.org/10.5209/esmp.71302

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Este estudio se centra en los principales cambios en las prácticas periodísticas producidas durante la primera oleada del COVID en España, de abril a junio de 2020. El caso observado en el periódico El País en su edición online demuestra algunas transformaciones paradigmáticas en la forma en que la información es entregada al público y consumida por él, tanto formales como de contenido. Se explica no sólo el nuevo papel de los periodistas, sino el papel de la información audiovisual en este periódico digital, para lo que se analiza la calidad del contenido, la estructura, así como el cumplimiento de los códigos deontológicos inherentes a la calidad del producto informativo del periódico. En esencia, este artículo disecciona las decisiones y el trabajo de los periodistas y directivos en un momento crucial para El País, la audiencia y la sociedad, dentro del nuevo panorama periodístico en España.
Kenan Duman
AJIT-e: Academic Journal of Information Technology, Volume 11, pp 24-42; https://doi.org/10.5824/ajite.2020.01.002.x

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Bu makalenin amacı “Yavaş Gazetecilik” kavramını tanımlamak, yavaş gazeteciliğin temel özelliklerini ve uygulamalarını ortaya koymaktır. Çalışmanın ana sorusu şudur: Alternatif yavaş gazetecilik pratikleri, gazeteciliğin geleceği için ne önerebilir? Çalışma soruları dört ana başlıkta toplanmıştır: Yavaş gazetecilik, hızlı gazeteciliğe bir alternatif midir? Haber tüketicisinin derinlemesine araştırılmış, şeffaf, çok kaynaklı bir haberciliğe talebi var mıdır? Yavaş gazetecilik, giderek güvenilmez hale gelen gazetecilik mesleğine güveni artırabilir mi? Yavaş gazetecilik ekonomik bakımdan sürdürülebilir mi? Çalışmada fenomen ve öncülleri bağlamsallaştırıldıktan sonra yavaş gazeteciliğin pratikte neye benzediğini görmek için İtalya’da ‘Lora Dell Pelice’ medya kuruluşu bağlamında görüşme biçimi ile araştırılma gerçekleştirilmiştir. Örnek vakada, derginin editörü ile yapılan görüşmenin yanı sıra derginin yazılı ve çevrimiçi içerikleri incelenmiştir. Çalışmanın sonucunda çoğu yavaş gazetecilik projesinin okur odaklı olduğunu ve kendi kitlelerini yarattıkları, ilk dönem yavaş gazetecilik deneyimlerinin kendilerini hızlı gazeteciliğin yerine ya da gazeteciliğin geleceği olarak düşünmedikleri sonucuna varılmıştır. Ayrıca çalışma sonucunda yavaş gazeteciliğin hızlı haber sarmalında güvenli bir medya ortamı için bir alternatif olduğu ve ilk dönem örneklerin kısa sürede ekonomik sürdürülebilir yapı oluştursalar da ilerisi için endişeler taşıdıkları gözlemlenmiştir.
Doxa Comunicación. Revista Interdisciplinar de Estudios de Comunicación y Ciencias Sociales pp 275-286; https://doi.org/10.31921/doxacom.n29a14

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In fields such as journalism, the digitalization process runs in parallel to that of robotisation tasks, which facilitate professional work and imply the loss of routine jobs at the same time, but also the need to train in emerging disciplines that are progressively entering media newsrooms. The automation of documentation and news production is based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data (BG). The main objective of this article is to search for theoretical references on AI applied to journalism as well as to learn about the case of BeSoccer through a case study and in-depth interviews with its CEO and marketing manager. The results allow us to discover new journalism production forms closely linked to BD and IA.
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