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Resource ID: #4737
Date: 1905-07-08



The meeting point between journalism and technology provides a range of possibilities to present the content to new audiences. It is accepted that while visualization allow us to understand a story from a chart, applications allow understanding several stories on the same journalistic piece and give the user the possibility of finding alternative ways to consume content.

It is a very different process from the traditional unilateral direction of the information; the difference between listening to a speech and having a conversation. The applications allow us to offer our readers free access to specific data of their interest, a personal navigation experience and, consequently, the possibility of understanding an issue in the way they feel more comfortable with.

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