Resumen

El periodismo computacional ha irrumpido con fuerza en el intenso panorama de las innovaciones periodísticas, debido a su gran potencial de impacto en las redacciones. Dada la reciente implantación de esta especialidad, todavía en fase experimental en las redacciones que lo han incorporado, en este trabajo presentamos un resultado de tipo exploratorio sobre el periodismo computacional, a la vez que lo relacionamos con variaciones bien implantadas del periodismo, como el periodismo de datos. El trabajo se ha realizado a partir de la revisión bibliográfica y de los principales informes sobre esta materia, así como a partir de una serie de estudios de caso. Los resultados pueden ayudar tanto a enfocar nuevas investigaciones en este campo, como a completar el panorama de la innovación para profesionales e investigadores del sector que necesiten disponer de una visión global del impacto que puede alcanzar el periodismo computacional.

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Published on 29/07/18
Accepted on 29/07/18
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Volume 27, Issue 4, 2018
DOI: 10.3145/epi.2018.jul.05
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