Date(s) - 30/04/2020
Todo el día
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The objectives of the special issue are summarised in the following areas:
– Crisis communication.
– Communication of emergency services.
– Political communication during the COVID-19 crisis.
– Institutional relations by videoconference: digital protocol.
– Advertising: advertising creativity, branding at the service of health emergency,
and digitalisation of marketing investment.
– Information vs. infodemic.
– Journalistic routines: teleworking in mass media, TV set vs confinement,
information vs entertainment.
– Scientific communication, experts and data journalism to interpret reality.
– Archive and reruns as an alternative to content production.
– Intensification of the newspaper crisis, paywalls and digital subscription models.
– Digitalisation of audiovisual industry.
– Apps as means of communication, and big data in a health emergency situation.
– Internal communication and remote working.
– Digital platforms as a leisure area.
– Social networks: information, opinion, new privacy, influencers, newsjacking,
memes, fake news.- Digital transformation of public relations, digital events, and corporate social
– Slow journalism vs immediacy.
– Public communication and policies.
– Emotions and loneliness through social media.
– Populist approaches to crisis (also in comparative perspective).
– Digital solidarity.