Fifteen Years of Online Journalism. Interaction and Hypertextuality


  • Lizy Navarro


Journalism, interaction, hypertextuality, information technology, information and communication


On-line journalism completes 15 years of existence in 2009. The characteristics of journalism have evolved with information technology. Interaction and hypertextuality are two elements that configure the essence of the relationship between journalism and new information and communication technologies. This research analyzes the profile and elements of on-line journalism, as well as the transmitter and receiver in this communication process. The research corpus is 10 international media and the following Mexican media: 100 newspapers, 30 television stations and 30 radio stations, all with more than 10 years’ on-line experience. Also, two hundred e-mails were sent out to journalists, leader writers and webmasters..



How to Cite

Navarro, L. (2009). Fifteen Years of Online Journalism. Interaction and Hypertextuality. Comunicar, 17(33), 35–43. Retrieved from



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