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Topic “engagement”

How to use Facebook Live for journalism and to improve user engagement: Lessons from Spanish-language media

This story is part of a series on Innovative Journalism in Latin America and the Caribbean.(*)


When ranchera singer Pedro Infante died in April 1957, then-nascent Mexican television broadcast his funeral live, with black-and-white images showing a crowd following his funeral procession through the streets of Mexico City. It became a historic television broadcast in that country. Read more »


Mexico's Pictoline engages audiences by explaining complex issues with intelligent, fun graphic communication

This story is part of a series on Innovative Journalism in Latin America and the Caribbean.(*)


When Eduardo Salles co-founded Pictoline at the end of 2015, he was not trying to explain the world with “little drawings.” Rather, the challenge was to use design as a tool to make information relevant and understandable for all people. Read more »


ISOJ: Engaging audience members remains key to harnessing social media


By Nathan Frandino

Avery Holton of the University of Texas at Austin speaks at the International Symposium on Online Journalism/ Natalie Krebs for The Knight Center.

Social media is here to stay, but will the media learn to be social and actually engage? Read more »


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