Campbell argues that the concept of citizen-journalist is a fallacy.
Valladolid, October 29 .- The concept of citizen-journalist does not exist "and is" a fallacy ", said today in Valladolid Broadcasting CEO of Castile and Leon, Oscar Campillo.
Speaking at the conference "Media and Citizenship in the Information Society, also said that" only media professionals are able to develop reliable information that can be used by the company in making decisions. "
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On the digital press, the head of TV Castilla y Leon has said that "we must think that the electronic devices we use are authentic kiosks" and emphasized that "can not turn our backs to the technological advances but, ff14 gil, you have to adapt to them. "
Organized by La Gaceta Regional de Salamanca with the collaboration of the Association of Spanish Newspaper Publishers (SAFE), the Junta de Castilla y Leon and Telefonica, have participated in the conference different professional journalists who have reflected on the future of media communication, technological advances and the conflicts that arise around intellectual property content, to the organizers in a letter sent to
The Group CEO Promecal, Gregorio Mendez Ordonez, said that in the media with various media "payrolls are paid by the paper" so that it considers the emergence of digital media arises from a complicated Economically due to low profitability.
The director of El Mundo, eve isk, de Valladolid and the World of Castile and Leon, Vidal Arranz, said that content aggregators like Google "and parasitize vampirizing content publishers without receiving any compensation for it."
Among other speakers at the round tables has involved also the general director of the Diario de Leon, Santiago Sarmiento, who has said that due to the Internet, publishers are losing the, gaia online gold, intellectual property rights of its contents as a source of income.
According to Sarmiento, as of today there is a widespread Internet culture of "everything free," not to pay any fees for access to content, which in their view is gorgeous changed to "a culture of generosity that would have to change a payment culture. "
The conference was opened by the Speaker of the Junta de Castilla y Leon, Jose Antonio de Santiago, who stressed that "the future of the media can not be marked by technology, but by professionals, because "intuition, critical eye and experience of a professional well-trained are not easily replaced."