The European Journalism Observatory’s (EJO) new Spanish language website is launched today, the 1st of May, 2018. The site will publish the latest research and analysis on journalism, advertising and the media. It is aimed at Spanish-speaking audiences in Europe, Latin America and worldwide.
In line with the EJO’s mission, the EJO-Spain aims to promote the exchange of research, ideas and knowledge between media researchers and practitioners, as well as the public. Also:
- Provides analysis and articles on contemporary journalism and media research on its own websites for journalists, media managers and other communication experts, including students and researchers.
- Provides a training platform to facilitate an open, international exchange of ideas among researchers, media practitioners, students and interested public.
- Engages in comparative, investigative projects: EJO partners conduct joint and transnational journalistic analyses on trends and developments with a particular focus on innovation and “best practices” in journalism.
The launch of EJO-Spain brings the number of languages represented in the EJO network to 15.
Published content will cover a broad spectrum of topics, ranging from journalistic ethics to digital innovation, and from media management to politics.
The EJO-Spain is coordinated by the Faculty of Communication of the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain.
The EJO-Spain is possible thanks to the work of teachers, students and our coordination teams: Dimitrina Semova and Joaquín Sánchez Herrera; Héctor Fouce, Cristina Peña-Marin and Eva Aladro. Special acknowledgment to the unconditional support of the Dean of the Faculty of Communication of the Complutense University, Jorge Clemente.
To learn more about the project, please contact us by e-mail or by phone: +34 91 394 21 83