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Fernando J. Ruiz
Fernando J. Ruiz
Consejero Académico
Doctor en Comunicación Pública por la Universidad de Navarra y Licenciado en Ciencias Políticas, Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA). Profesor e investigador tiempo completo de Periodismo y Democracia e Historia de la Comunicación en la Facultad de Comunicación de la Universidad Austral (Argentina). Es autor de los libros “Las palabras son acciones: historia política y profesional del diario La Opinión de Jacobo Timerman, 1971-77”, “Otra grieta en la pared: informe y testimonios de la nueva prensa cubana”, “El señor de los mercados. Ambito Financiero, la City y el poder del periodismo económico”. Es el presidente del Foro de Periodismo Argentino (Fopea).
Publicaciones de Fernando J. Ruiz
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8/1/2009 | Research Reports
The arbitrary use of public advertising is an ever more denounced practice, thus new criteria on the subject is beginning to run over the region, with more transparent policies to change the historical attitude of those who rule the use of public funds.

31/12/2007 | Research Reports
THE WORST AREAS TO PRACTICE JOURNALISM IN THE SECOND SEMESTER 2007
- During the succession currently underway, Cuba is maintaining control over public communications.
- In almost every country in the region, presidents criticize media outlets and journalists on a regular basis, as well as journalism in general.
- The revenue bonanza many Latin American countries are enjoying is strengthening government-owned media.
- In the context of a worsened institutional culture, Argentina maintains a government communications model that has proved successful at preserving governability and winning elections.

30/7/2007 | Research Reports
THE WORST AREAS TO PRACTICE JOURNALISME IN THE FIRST SEMESTER 2007
- Journalists' life in Cuban prisons.
- Mexico surpasses Colombia in the number of journalists murdered.
- Bolivia and Ecuador Constitutional Assemblymen and the media.
- Congresses refuse to eliminate "dead words".
- Latin American Supreme Courts' took key decisions.

26/12/2006 | Research Reports

1/7/2006 | Research Reports

30/12/2005 | Research Reports

30/12/2005 | Research Reports

1/7/2005 | Research Reports

1/1/2005 | Research Reports

1/12/2004 | Research Reports

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