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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.
The university-backed site tries to cover what it says other media organizations ignore.
El sitio de noticias financiando por una universidad trata de cubrir temas que considera ignorados por otros medios.
The German broadcaster is using SMS and dial-to-listen radio shows to reach an audience with limited Internet access.
The project is betting on new platforms to bring back an old tradition: listening to audio stories.
El proyecto echa mano de las nuevas plataformas para revivir una vieja tradición: escuchar historias.
With traditional media facing scandal and a loss of trust, a new generation of digital-only news organizations is trying to fill the void.
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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