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Articles by Antonio Jiménez

Antonio Jiménez-Rueda is a former visiting writer at the Nieman Journalism Lab. A journalist from Costa Rica, he was a 2011-12 Humphrey Fellow from the Fulbright Program at the Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. Antonio is the executive editor of a news site that has broken ground in convergence across media platforms in Costa Rica. Previously he worked in a radio station as a news producer and in a television newscast as managing editor. Antonio habla español.
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The university-backed site tries to cover what it says other media organizations ignore.
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El sitio de noticias financiando por una universidad trata de cubrir temas que considera ignorados por otros medios.
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The German broadcaster is using SMS and dial-to-listen radio shows to reach an audience with limited Internet access.
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The project is betting on new platforms to bring back an old tradition: listening to audio stories.
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El proyecto echa mano de las nuevas plataformas para revivir una vieja tradición: escuchar historias.
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With traditional media facing scandal and a loss of trust, a new generation of digital-only news organizations is trying to fill the void.
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Con medios de comunicación tradicionales enfrentando cuestionamientos y pérdida de credibilidad, una nueva generación de sitios noticiosos exclusivamente digitales está tratando de llenar el vacío.
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With a mix of aggregation and original content, Dichtbij is trying to build a sustainable business — and they’re getting close.
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Publica is the first nonprofit news organization dedicated to investigative reporting in the world’s fifth-largest country. It’s had to chart its own course.
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One of Argentina’s largest newspapers is creating and sharing databases with the public, while training its newsroom to dig deep into data.
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