Resumen

En 1994 se lanzaron los primeros medios web en varios países del mundo. Veinticinco años después, el periodismo digital es una realidad consolidada, no sólo en lo profesional, sino también en lo académico. Con base en una amplia revisión bibliográfica, se examinan las principales áreas de investigación científica en torno a los medios digitales en el último cuarto de siglo, a escala global. Se muestran las líneas de investigación sobre la historia del periodismo en internet, las modalidades de medios digitales, sus lenguajes y desafíos económicos. También se repasan las teorías y métodos de investigación más extendidos. El análisis confirma que la investigación sobre periodismo digital es una disciplina afianzada y en desarrollo, si bien tiene pendientes diversos desafíos metodológicos y temáticos que deberá afrontar en los próximos años.

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