Manuel Goyanes

Manuel Goyanes
University Carlos III de Madrid | UC3M · Department of Communication

PhD in Communication Sciences

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Social media facilitates the exposure of individuals to a wide range of political discussions and opinions. Extant research investigated how citizens participate in these deliberative behaviors and their implications for democratic citizenship, paying scant attention to users' avoidance tactics. In this study, we further investigate individuals' pe...
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There is a vast research tradition examining the antecedents that lead people to be politically persuaded. However, political opinion and attitude change in social media has received comparatively scarce attention. This study seeks to shed light on this strand of the literature by theoretically advancing and empirically testing a structural equatio...
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Editorial boards play a key role in the production, dissemination, and promotion of scientific knowledge. The cross-presence of scholars in different journals, known as editorial board interlocking, maps the connections between such bodies of governance. Former research on this topic is typically restricted to individual disciplines and has failed...
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The aim of this paper is to examine the publication trajectories of the most productive scholars in communication and media studies between 2015 and 2019. Based on the analysis of 1482 papers of the top-publishing one hundred communication scholars, we identified 126 Scopus-indexed journals in which leading scholars publish, and also examine the ma...
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En tiempos dominados por la sobreabundancia de medios y estímulos, en los que es difícil distinguir la información de la desinformación y en el que los hechos exigen un análisis cada vez más complejo, la reflexión sobre el rol de los medios públicos se vuelve más necesaria que nunca. ¿Son realmente necesarios los medios públicos en este nuevo entor...
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As PSM change and adapt-with variable outcomes-to a digital and multiplatform environment , their roles and functions are overly under severe scrutiny. The normative expectations of PSM and their performance have been extensively discussed from a theoretical and regulatory approach, but studies from an audience perspective are still rather scarce....
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This study joins the emerging de-Westernization discourse within communication studies and empirically compares the diversity of Ibero-American, Western, and regional journals at three different levels: authorship, editorial board membership, and citations. Our findings show that through low geopolitical diversity and high regional shares in author...
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Examining research patterns across scientific fields constitutes a growing research enterprise to understand how global knowledge production unfolds. However, scattered empirical evidence has casted light on how the publication diversity of the most productive scholars differ across disciplines, considering their gender and geographical representat...
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Filtering strategies enable social media users to remove undesired content from their feeds, potentially creating homophilic environments. Although previous studies have addressed the individual-level factors and content features that influence these decisions, few have solely focused on users’ perceptions. Accordingly, this study applies social ex...
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Recent changes in the media environment make it easier than ever for people to actively shape their news repertoires according to their habits, needs, and preferences. As convenient as these practices seem, they may favor the development of misperceptions such as “news finds me” perception (NFM) and make it easier for some people to disconnect from...
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Prior scholarship has consistently shown that informed citizens tend to better understand government actions, expectations, and priorities, potentially mitigating radicalism such as partaking in illegal protest. However, the role of social media may prove this relationship to be challenging, with an increasingly pervasive use of applications such a...
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In light of significant transformations in the television marketplace, audiences are getting progressively disconnected from public service media (PSM) and switching their time and attention to multiplatform companies instead. This study explores how potential audiences socially construct Spanish public television and how these perceptions are shap...
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Objectives Scholars are increasingly investigating the role of citizens’ personality in activating political behavior. We test whether extraversion is associated to collective political activities (i.e., activities that include social interaction) and individual ones (i.e., activities that do not include social interactions). Methods We use origin...
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The practice and structural conditions of the journalism craft provide fertile grounds for facilitating the emergence of conflicts in the newsroom. However, extant research on journalism studies have largely neglected the boundary conditions for their emergence and the individual and organizational mechanisms displayed to unravel them. Based on in-...
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Citizens’ political knowledge is regarded as a vital element for well-functioning democracies. Accordingly, there is a vibrant literature assessing the link between individuals’ news seeking behavior and learning about public affairs. There are, however, more limited efforts devoted to clarifying how incidental news exposure may facilitate politica...
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This chapter provides a review of the main research topics in Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) that have been discussed in the last years, such as digitalization and new technologies development, business model and funding, policies and regulation, and public value and citizen interest. Based on this thematic summary, this chapter offers suggestio...
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This study examines citizen’s use of social media during the political crisis triggered by the Catalan Referendum. More specifically, we seek to shed more light on Catalan citizens’ (dis)engagement on social media, examining what citizens did and did not do on social media, who they avoided and/or unfriended, and the implications of such behaviours...
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Este estudio ofrece una revisión de la literatura publicada sobre Radiodifusión de Servicio Público (RSP) entre los años 2009 y 2019. En total, se obtuvieron 232 artículos tras una búsqueda bibliográfica en cinco bases de datos (Scopus, Web of Science Core Collection, ProQuest, Academic Search Ultimate y Google Scholar), de los cuales setenta y och...
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In todays’ progressively polarized society, social media users are increasingly exposed to blatant uncivil comments, dissonant views, and controversial news contents, both from their peers and the media organizations they follow. Recent scholarship on selective avoidance suggests that citizens when exposed to contentious stimuli tend to either negl...
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Purpose Traditionally, most readers' news access and consumption were based on direct intentional news seeking behavior. However, in recent years the emergence and popularization of social media platforms have enabled new opportunities for citizens to be incidentally informed about public affairs and politics as by-product of using these platforms....
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Since the emergence and growing popularity of digital technologies and social media platforms, the relationship between professional and citizen journalism has been challenging. In recent years, however, this critical relationship has de-escalated due to a growing collaboration in shaping a complemental news repertoire. This study examines how soci...
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Pursuing excellence is a legitimate ambition of many scholars worldwide. However, between wishful thinking and real facts lies a great leap that can only be bridged using a myriad of resources. We label these the excellence repertoire. Based on 25 interviews with successful communication scholars, we show the key role of accumulating social, econom...
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El objetivo de esta investigación es explorar el actual paradigma de la cultura de la publicación española desde una perspectiva holística, estudiando e ilustrando las fuerzas negativas y positivas que dan forma a la dinámica dominante en la producción, divulgación y evaluación de las tareas académicas. Siguiendo el muestreo intencional de variedad...
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The ubiquitous nature of online news, especially in social media, increasingly exposes readers to news even when they are not seeking it. Based on 50 semi-structured interviews with Spanish incidental news consumers, we inductively explore the effects of incidental news consumption and problematize the phenomenology of encountering news passively o...
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With today's research production and global dissemination, there is growing pressure to assess how academic fields foster diversity. Based on a mathematical problem/solve scheme, the aim of this study is twofold. First, the paper elaborates on how research diversity in scientific fields can be empirically gauged, proposing six working definitions....
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In this present paper, we analyse the geopolitical distribution of different research approaches represented by the published papers in all the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) journals in communication. The article argues that an analysis of this kind is necessary if a clear picture of the complex pattern of power relations in global knowledge produ...
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Drawing upon 45 in-depth interviews and heterogeneous focus groups with workers at Spanish public television (TVE), this study explores how journalists and feminist activists jointly have interacted to create and manage a movement (Viernes Negros) to preserve their professional independence and demand the transparent appointment of TVE's president...
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This paper explores the current paradigm of the publication culture in Spain, examining the negative and positive forces that shape the dominant dynamics in the production, dissemination and evaluation of scholars’ works. Following the intentional sampling of maximum variety, we planned a set of interviews with scholars in the area of communication...
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Este artículo trata de resituar el descubrimiento como centro del proceso de investigación y problematiza las lógicas de investigación hoy dominantes (cuantitativa/hipotético-deductiva e inductiva/cualitativa-exploratoria), con el objetivo de revelar el limitado margen que ambas aproximaciones ofrecen para la concepción y detección de descubrimient...
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Meta-research in communication has extensively documented the main patterns of scientific production, yet scant attention has been paid to the governance structure that underpins, legitimates, and stimulates the current scientific paradigm: journals’ editorial boards. This essay examines the relevance of editorial boards in communication and illust...
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The journalistic field of Spanish public service broadcaster has traditionally been questioned for its lack of political autonomy because of pervasive news manipulations over the course of years. Prompted by these challenges and growing sociopolitical pressures to set a politically free public governance, this study aims to explore how political pr...
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This study analyzes public attitudes towards Euroscepticism in three Mediterranean countries: Spain, Italy and Greece. Specifically, drawing upon cultural backlash theory, we investigate how the general feeling of nostalgia and the rejection of neoliberal values like social and cultural diversity affect citizens’ Eurosceptic attitudes and thus thei...
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The homogenization and commoditization of news have risen since the emergence of the Internet, but have sharply increased in recent years due to economic constraints on news organizations and journalists’ labor conditions. This article explores readers’ perceptions and attitudes toward the economic and informative value of online news in particular...
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Editorial boards (EBs) play a crucial role in setting journals’ scientific output, generally determining what legitimate science is and thus establishing a benchmark on what should be published. EB members are generally prominent scholars in a given discipline and, as such, are habitually connected to several journals’ EB, a phenomenon known as edi...
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This article tests whether the geographic diversity of editorial boards affects the diversity of research papers. Based on a content analysis of 84 journals listed in the Journal Citation Report, we show that diverse editorial boards are more likely to publish more diverse research articles, based on the country of origin of the first author and on...
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The omnipresence and ubiquitous nature of online news on social media has challenged the traditional news production process of most news organizations worldwide. However, most research on this topic has dealt with the impact of social networks on global North societies. In this article, drawing upon a world-systemic approach, we focus on how socia...
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Added value and intelligence, both in strategies as well as in operating and technical applications, are essential to reinforce trust and sustainability of business models of old and new media. This chapter addresses these two areas in the main conceptual and structural elements of business models in press, audiovisual and digital platforms, taking...
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Local news organizations play a crucial role in informing rural or suburban communities about current events and politics. With the growing concentration of populations in large cities, many citizens may feel they are missing out on essential information about their local communities, thus affecting their knowledge about local issues and public pol...
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The online environment has radically changed the way in which users consume, discover and manipulate news. The growing relevance of social media platforms and digital intermediaries for news sharing and consumption increase the likelihood of citizens to be exposed to online news even when they are not seeking it. This digital transformation fundame...
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La presente investigación explora la diversidad geográfica y de género en los comités editoriales de 40 revistas indexadas en el ranking JCR (Journal Citation Report) entre el cuartil uno (Q1) y cuartil (Q2) en la categoría de comunicación en el año 2015. Se diseña un análisis de conglomerados con el objetivo de agrupar las revistas en función de t...
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This research-based essay examines the national diversity of editorial boards from a selection of journals in communication sciences. Specifically, it reviews the board composition of 39 Journal Citation Report journals indexed in quartile one (Q1) and quartile two (Q2) in the category of 'communication', proposing a typology of dominant nationalit...
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This study explores how news authorship, exclusiveness, and media type affect readers' paying intent for digital contents. A web-based experiment involving 602 Spanish adults reveals that authorship (prestigious journalist), exclusiveness, and media type (legacy media and new media over unknown media) increase readers' economic value assessments of...
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Durante la última década un creciente número de investigaciones se ha esforzado en evaluar el progreso científico de los estudios en comunicación desde una perspectiva descriptiva, impidiendo comprender las asociaciones más relevantes establecidas en la disciplina. A través de un análisis de contenido a 11 revistas españolas en comunicación, se exp...
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En los últimos años, el personal docente e investigador ha superado el umbral de oferta de empleo que facilita el sistema académico. Esta situación ha suscitado un incremento en la competitividad profesional que afecta a las prácticas de la investigación en comunicación. Mediante el análisis cuantitativo longitudinal de la financiación pública, la...
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In the last years, the academic body seems to have exceeded the saturation point of the employment structure. This situation has led to an increase in professional competitiveness that affects the practices of communication research. Through the longitudinal quantitative analysis of public financing, academic personnel employment, and the scientifi...
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This research-based essay presents evidence concerning the leading dimensions that make an empirical communication research article interesting. Based on a survey to editorial boards (EBs) of 16 communication journals, five different categories of interest were found: counterintuitive, foundational, new approach, quality and exemplarity, and insigh...
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The crisis affecting news organisations, along with their struggle to find a sustainable online business model, have challenged journalists' professional autonomy, as economic and commercial pressures find their way into journalists' daily practice. This research explores the perceived influence of commercial pressures on Spanish newsrooms, paying...
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Se explora la prevalencia de la presión por publicar y sus efectos en el ejercicio profesional de los investigadores en ciencias de la comunicación en España. Mediante una encuesta online a 290 profesores de universidades públicas y privadas, mostramos como la presión por publicar en revistas científicas afecta a casi la totalidad de encuestados. A...
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Drawing on recent literature on fake news, this working paper sheds light on the demographic factors and situational predictors that influence the probability to share political fake news through social media platforms. By using a representative sample of 1.002 US adults from the Pew Research Center, the results of the logistic regression analysis...
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This article analyses leadership in the newsroom of the Spanish newspaper El País as well as its impact on the craft of journalism more generally. Through 23 in-depth interviews, we try to elucidate how the newsroom constructs its leaders (in the newsroom, what does it mean to be a leader?), paying particular attention to the main skills considered...
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In this article, we investigate the effects of uncertainty on job expectations in a news organization (El Mundo) facing fierce financial turmoil and several redundancy plans. Drawing on in-depth material (27 interviews and non-participant observation), we show how the declining news and media landscape is hampering the configuration of good employm...
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The present article problematizes the scientific structure of the relatively recent sub-field scientifically coined as “media management”. Concretely, the manuscript is displayed around the critical reflection of what I conceptualize as F.A.T.I., that is, four structural interrelated dimensions that configure the “spiritus” of its form: (1) Field,...
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The present study was conducted in a European setting to examine what undergraduate students do on their laptops during a traditional class and to what extent laptop usage behaviors are associated with academic success, along with social networking use and laptop use as distractions. Based on a survey of 200 Spanish graduate students from a public...
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En los últimos años, el personal docente e investigador ha superado el umbral de oferta de empleo que facilita el sistema académico, promoviendo un incremento en la competitividad profesional que afecta a las prácticas de la investigación en comunicación. Mediante el análisis cuantitativo longitudinal de la financiación pública, la contratación del...
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Se analiza la probabilidad de pagar por un diario digital en España. Mediante una encuesta a una muestra representativa de 2.104 españoles mayores de edad, mostramos, de modo general, el escaso número de ciudadanos dispuestos a pagar por información digital. Asimismo, a través de una regresión logística binomial exploramos los factores que afectan...
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This article describes in detail, and empirically validates a methodology for raising entrepreneurial intentions among journalism students. The research is based on pre-post surveys of four groups of students (88 in total), ages 18-25, from the Carlos III University of Madrid, and measures the change in the students' intentions after a period of th...
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El presente artículo problematiza la estructura del relativamente reciente subcampo académico científicamente denominado gestión de medios (media management). Concretamente, se articula en torno a la reflexión crítica sobre lo que conceptualizo como CADI, es decir, cuatro dimensiones estructurales que modulan el “espíritu” de su forma: 1) campo, 2)...
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The aim of this paper is to contribute to join the challenge to mainstream leadership theory and research by exploring the nature of leadership as a social constructed phenomena. We approach this issue from a follower-centric perspective in order to explore the complex nature of the managing and leading that managers represent themselves as being e...
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El presente artículo analiza críticamente el sistema productivo y evaluativo de la academia en materia de ciencias sociales en general, y ciencias de la comunicación en particular. Partiendo de una específica interpretación de su estructura (la " práctica cultural académica moderna "), propone una tipología de investigadores contemporáneos así como...
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The present study empirically analyzes how demographic, familiar, contextual, and personal factors influence the entrepreneurial intention of Journalism and Media Studies students from a Spanish public university. Based on a survey of a randomly selected sample of 310 students, the article addresses the general low entrepreneurial intention of stud...
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Se analiza la intencion emprendedora y la percepcion de apoyo estructural de una muestra de 310 estudiantes de periodismo y comunicacion audiovisual en Espana. Los resultados muestran de modo general una carencia mas que notable de intencion hacia el autoempleo como comportamiento preferencial laboral futuro asi como una escasa percepcion de apoyo...
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The exploration of new business models based on paid content strategies in the digital environment has generated an important discussion regarding the willingness to pay for online news. Previous studies have neglected local newspapers, although several analyses have clearly identified the local (news) as a fundamental asset to convince readers to...
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This article explores factors that correlate with the perception of news overload and the extent to which Spaniards feel overloaded, or not, with the amount of news available. Specifically, this study explores the following factors: demographics (age, gender, and income), news interest, and consumer paying behavior for online news. The research met...
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Los cambios tecnologicos y de comportamiento emergentes en la ultima decada, derivados del nacimiento del periodismo digital, han provocado una profunda transformacion en las organizaciones periodisticas tradicionales. Los efectos mas notables han sido, sobre todo, la ruptura de la tendencia alcista de la circulacion de periodicos diarios, de la in...
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This article examines Spanish newspapers’ means of digital distribution and their adoption of paid content strategies. To that end, the article employs a quantitative, explorative approach with data collected from 88 Spanish newspapers in November 2012. Using a hierarchical cluster analysis four types of newspapers can be differentiated by their ut...
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This study examines the transformations that trigger business models with paid content strategies on news organizations under the theoretical framework of market orientation. The results show three main factors: those related to competence, to the organization culture and to understanding of needs and wants of the audience. The findings also sugges...
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Drawing on the theory of the economics of information, this study sheds light on the factors that influence willingness to pay for online news, using a telephone survey of 570 US (from the Pew Research Center) adults selected at random. Results of the logistic regression analysis revealed relationships between paying intent and predictor variables...
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An analysis of value drivers has traditionally been absent from the core studies on value creation in Internet media. The purpose of this research is to shed a bit of light in this respect by analyzing three organizations with pay per content strategies: the Financial Times, The Times and The World in Orbyt.
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Resumen Las estrategias y modelos de negocio de la prensa digital han sido objeto de estudio de una buena parte de académicos de la gestión mediática. El uso de terminología económica y del management ha provo­ cado su utilización indiscriminada y cierta confusión entre ambos conceptos. La presente investigación contribuye a explicar y asentar térm...
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El análisis de los conductores de valor (value drivers) ha estado tradicionalmente alejado de los principales estudios sobre creación de valor de la prensa en Internet. El objetivo de la presente investigación es aportar un poco de luz a este respecto a través del análisis de tres organizaciones con estrategias de pago por contenidos: Financial Tim...
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The strategies and business models of the digital press have been studied for a large part of media management scholars. The use of economic and management terminology has caused their indiscriminate utilization and some confusion between the concepts. This research contributes to explain and settle terms about the strategies and business models de...
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Revisión de las primeras experiencias sobre la introducción del sistema de pago por contenidos (paywall) o muro de pago en la industria periodística mundial
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Resumen Las transformaciones que Internet provoca en la cadena de valor de la industria periodística han supuesto un gran reto en la monetización digital del produto "prensa". La gratuidad inicial de los diarios digitales está siendo actualmente substituida por una etapa de exploración y ensayo de nuevos sistemas de ingresos que combinan tanto la p...

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