It is difficult to be marine on the high seas and also peasant. In a different way, it is hard to also be a fireman, police or work on Wall Street. These last three activities share with the journalistic profession, the expectation, uncertainty and never knowing what will happen. A continuous outburst who leads to take risks, to try against any circumstance and, to deny it, always want more.
About the crazes of the trade, also their vices, but, above all, their benefits, they could listen on Monday the students of the number XXI edition of the Master of Journalism of El Mundo, who teach the Editorial Unity School (ESUE) and the San University Pablo CEU, a formative experience that brings the practice of journalism from different angles and platforms, affecting the new realities and mechanisms that make up this profession in which, above all, cousin curiosity.
This was noted at the headquarters of the newspaper El Mundo, in Madrid, all those who took the floor at the opening: Rafael Moyano, Academic Director of the Editorial Unity School (ESUE) Justin Sinova, Founder and Honorary Director of this Master, Mary Solano, Dean of Humanities at St. Paul Ceu University, Francisco Rosell, director of El Mundo and Rubén Amón, who began his journalistic career at this house and returned to give impetus to future companions with a brilliant opening lesson.
There will be 26 students who this year, in addition to forming thoroughly, will be able to work six months in different publishing university publications. Remunerated practices that will allow professionals to jump to the ring with different nationalities, including Argentina, Colombia or Peru.
It also opens "a new team and new facilities" in the "oldest Master of the School," said Rafael Moyano, his director, who also remembered how the difficulties experienced last year, during the pandemic, ended up affecting the improvement of the same. "The great antibody that is inoculated with this profession is veracity," he said.
"Without journalism there is no democracy"; He also told them Solano. And from the trench Rosell reflected: "Everything conspires against good information and, now, it is more important to give the news well given to give it the first." "You have to guarantee the credibility, which it costs to win it but you can lose very fast," he said.
A mention of the only thing about the profession that has not changed in recent years, after crisis and crisis and digital advent, was the founder, Justino Sinova: "The fear of power to information". "You have to tell the news well and tell them even when you do not like it. Do not fall into the disease of the militancy," he encouraged.Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 10:41