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César López Linares

César López Linares began his career at the Mexican newspaper REFORMA as an entertainment and media co-editor. He has written for publications such as TODO Austin, Texas Music Magazine and The Austin Chronicle. César has a Master's degree in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelors degree in Communication from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He currently writes about innovation in journalism for the Gabo Foundation in Colombia and for the Knight Center's LatAmJournalism Review blog. A native of Mexico City, César has become a digital nomad combining content creation with his passion for travel.
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César López Linares inició su carrera en el diario mexicano REFORMA como coeditor de entretenimiento y medios. Ha escrito para publicaciones como TODO Austin, Texas Music Magazine y The Austin Chronicle. César tiene una Maestría en Periodismo de la Universidad de Texas en Austin y una Licenciatura en Comunicación de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Actualmente escribe sobre innovación en periodismo para la Fundación Gabo en Colombia y para el blog LatAmJournalism Review del Centro Knight. Originario de la Ciudad de México, César se ha convertido en un nómada digital que combina la creación de contenido con su pasión por viajar.
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César López Linares começou sua carreira no jornal mexicano REFORMA como coeditor de entretenimento e mídia. Ele escreveu para publicações como TODO Austin, Texas Music Magazine e The Austin Chronicle. César tem mestrado em jornalismo pela University of Texas em Austin e é bacharel em comunicação pela Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Atualmente, ele escreve sobre inovação em jornalismo para a Fundação Gabo na Colômbia e para o blog LatAm Journalism Review do Centro Knight. Nascido na Cidade do México, César se tornou um nômade digital combinando a criação de conteúdo com sua paixão por viagens.

Recent Articles

Pile of documents and artificial intelligence icons

Latin American and U.S. newsrooms seek to democratize use of artificial intelligence to analyze large amounts of public documents

A team of professionals from La Nación, Ojo Público, CLIP, and MuckRock developed a prototype tool that seeks to facilitate the use of machine learning and natural language processing for the analysis and classification of documents for journalists without extensive programming knowledge.

Newspaper covers about Mexican journalists killed

Two women journalists are shot to death in Veracruz; three journalists are murdered in less than a week in Mexico

Family members, colleagues and national and international organizations demand justice and guarantees for a journalism free of violence in Mexico, after the murders of journalists Yesenia Mollinedo and Johana García on May 9, and of columnist Luis Enrique Ramírez, on May 5, all in the same month.

Art graphic related to hate speech online.

Journalists in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia combat misogynistic online discourse with the help of artificial intelligence

The Political Misogynistic Discourse Monitor, developed by journalists from AzMina, Data Crítica, La Nación, and CLIP, detects hate speech against women on the internet in Spanish and Portuguese through a Natural Language Processing model.

Los miembros del panel ¡Hype o no, ¿cómo y cuándo la web 3.0 y el metaverso impactarán el periodismo?’ discuten en ISOJ 2022.

Journalism must rethink its processes to take advantage of the web3 and the metaverse, say experts in innovation and emerging media technologies at ISOJ

Panel members of 'Hype or not, how and when will web 3.0 (blockchain/NFTs) and the metaverse (AR/VR/XR) impact journalism?' discussed the opportunities presented by the advancement of such technologies for news organizations and how these developments will affect the media.

Artificial Intelligence and News

Collaborative challenge promotes the use of artificial intelligence in newsrooms in Latin America

As part of their participation in the Collab Challenges 2021 initiative, La Nación (Argentina), Data Crítica (Mexico), AzMina (Brazil), CLIP (Costa Rica) and Ojo Público (Peru) developed projects that seek to put automated analysis of documents, images and language at the service of investigative journalism.

Featured Image ISOJ 507 x 340 Nonprofit media

Nonprofit news initiatives in the United States seek to serve underserved populations, strengthen local journalism and create jobs for journalists

Representatives from the Sahan Journal and the Chicago Sun-Times shared at ISOJ how their outlets have applied the nonprofit model to deliver quality journalism, while the Venetoulis Institute for Local Journalism and the Houston Endowment shared why they are funding local journalism initiatives.

BANNER Jorge Ramos and Borja Echevarría

‘This is not a profession for people who want to be silent,’ says Univision’s Jorge Ramos on journalists’ role when democracy is at risk

The main responsibilities of a journalist should be to report reality as it is and to serve as a counterweight to power without being afraid to take a stand in the face of acts of authoritarianism, human rights violations and corruption, said the journalist in a conversation with the managing editor of El País, Borja Echevarría.

Fact-checking panel at Coloquio Iberoamericano

Collaboration among fact-checkers has made a difference during recent disinformation crises, said fact-checkers from Latin America and Spain

Collaboration among notable fact-checking organizations from Latin America and Spain has made possible important global data verification initiatives such as LATAMChequea, #CoronaVirusFacts Alliance and, more recently, #UkraineFacts.

Manuel Durán

After a four-year legal battle and the threat of deportation, Salvadoran journalist Manuel Durán wins asylum case in the US

Lawyers pointed out the key role played by the support of organizations defending freedom of expression during the journalist's trial. They hope his case sets a precedent for asylum requests from persecuted journalists, so these are taken more seriously by immigration courts.

La Promesa Rota Prodavinci

Award-winning Prodavinci feature shows the collapse of the Venezuelan pension system through data journalism, art and multimedia

The journalistic multimedia work “La Promesa Rota” (The broken promise) turned opacity and polarization on its head through data collection and analytical work. It created a database that did not previously exist in the country, while at the same time forging a personal bond with readers.