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Ramón Salaverría

  • PhD
  • Associate Dean of Research at School of Communication
  • University of Navarra
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Recent publications

  • A Brave New Digital Journalism in Latin America

    • Salaverría R
    • Sádaba C
    • Breiner J
    • et al.
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  • The Promise of the Transparency Culture

    • Appelgren E
    • Salaverría R
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Professional experience

Associate Dean of Research at School of Communication

Universidad de Navarra

June 2017 - Present

Associate Professor of Journalism

University of Navarra

May 1996 - Present

Visiting Scholar at the Moody College of Communication

The University of Texas at Austin

July 2014 - June 2015(a year)


PhD in Communication

Universidad de Navarra

September 1993 - February 1998(4 years)

BA in Journalism

Universidad de Navarra

September 1988 - June 1993(5 years)


I am Associate Dean of Research at the School of Communication, University of Navarra (Pamplona, Spain), where I have taught online journalism skills for nearly twenty years. My research focuses on media convergence, online news storytelling and new media trends. During the academic year 2014-15, I was visiting scholar at The University of Texas at Austin (USA). I was Chair of the Journalism Studies Section at the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) during the term 2010-2012. Representing this association, I serve as member of the World Journalism Education Council. I have been also appointed by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) to be member of Global Experts, a directory of 300 world-class specialists. I am a visiting professor for Master’s Programs, both in Europe and Latin America, lecturing on new media trends. I have also led many in-house training programs for several media companies in different countries. During the last few years, I have offered keynote speeches, courses and seminars in 29 countries: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Cyprus, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, USA and Venezuela. I have steadily led several national and international research projects about online journalism, focusing on media convergence, online newswriting and new media trends. I have published many research papers and chapters, as well as the following books: Diversity of Journalisms (2011), Integrated journalism (2009), Cibermedios (2005), Redacción periodística en internet (2005), Towards new media paradigms (2004), and Manual de redacción ciberperiodística (2003). The Spanish national daily newspaper ‘El Mundo’ included me several times in the list of 500 most influential Spaniards, more precisely, among the top 25 of the Internet.

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