Convenciones y disrupciones en la cobertura de los eventos políticos en la TV lineal y social. Análisis de la noche de las elecciones del 26M de 2019

  1. Ana Isabel Rodríguez Vázquez 1
  2. Alba Silva Rodríguez 1
  3. Sabela Direito Rebollal 1
  4. Berta García Orosa 1
  1. 1 Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
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    Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela, España

    ROR https://ror.org/030eybx10

Revista:
El profesional de la información

ISSN: 1699-2407

Ano de publicación: 2020

Volume: 29

Número: 2

Páxinas: 7

Tipo: Artigo

DOI: 10.3145/EPI.2020.MAR.05 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openAcceso aberto editor

Outras publicacións en: El profesional de la información

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Citas recibidas

  • Citas en Scopus: 1 (29-01-2023)
  • Citas en Dialnet Métricas: 2 (26-01-2023)
  • Citas en Web of Science: 2 (02-01-2023)

JCR (Journal Impact Factor)

  • Ano 2020
  • Factor de impacto da revista: 2.253
  • Factor de impacto sen autocitas: 1.68
  • Article influence score: 0.544
  • Cuartil maior: Q3
  • Área: INFORMATION SCIENCE & LIBRARY SCIENCE Cuartil: Q3 Posición na área: 44/85 (Edición: SSCI)
  • Área: COMMUNICATION Cuartil: Q3 Posición na área: 54/95 (Edición: SSCI)

SCImago Journal Rank

  • Ano 2020
  • Impacto SJR da revista: 0.698
  • Cuartil maior: Q1
  • Área: Information Systems Cuartil: Q1 Posición na área: 86/1179
  • Área: Library and Information Sciences Cuartil: Q1 Posición na área: 39/270
  • Área: Communication Cuartil: Q1 Posición na área: 94/555
  • Área: Cultural Studies Cuartil: Q1 Posición na área: 43/1177

Índice Dialnet de Revistas

  • Ano 2020
  • Factor de impacto da revista: 2,140
  • Ámbito: COMUNICACIÓN Cuartil: C1 Posición no ámbito: 3/68
  • Ámbito: DOCUMENTACIÓN Cuartil: C1 Posición no ámbito: 1/25

CIRC

  • Ciencias Sociais: A

Scopus CiteScore

  • Ano 2020
  • CiteScore da revista: 3.1
  • Área: Library and Information Sciences Percentil: 82

Journal Citation Indicator (JCI)

  • Ano 2020
  • JCI da revista: 0.89
  • Cuartil maior: Q2
  • Área: INFORMATION SCIENCE & LIBRARY SCIENCE Cuartil: Q2 Posición na área: 45/164
  • Área: COMMUNICATION Cuartil: Q2 Posición na área: 70/208

Resumo

Mediante un método mixto se analiza la oferta lineal (en directo), social (redes sociales) y de participación de la audiencia (live-tweeting) durante el especial informativo de la noche electoral del 26 de mayo de 2019 (comicios europeos, autonómicos y municipales) en La 1 de TVE y La sexta. Se parte de la hipótesis de que el consumo de televisión ha cambiado con la competencia de las plataformas de visionado a la carta. El objetivo de este trabajo empírico es determinar la estrategia informativa multicanal llevada a cabo por las citadas emisoras y conocer la respuesta de la audiencia. Eventos políticos como los procesos electorales mantienen a la audiencia conectada con la televisión tradicional y la social, y generan altos volúmenes de conversación.

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