Introduction: Latin America, in general terms, is a continent with several contextual levels, which depend on historic, economic, political and social characteristics. Despite all this, there are aspects –such as digital divide- that occur again, to a greater or lesser extent, in the different Latin American countries. This digital divide promotes partially disconnected –and thus, invisiblesocieties, and tends to slow down possibilities of innovation and development of digital journalism. Methodology: In this study, and from the methodology proposed by Rodríguez, Codina & Pedraza (2012), we have analysed the management of interactivity in the main cybermedia in Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador in 2016. Results and conclusions: The results show a generally low implementation of interactivity options in digital ecosystems in these three Latin American countries.
|Translated title of the contribution||Interactivity in Latin American digital journalism. An analysis of the main cybermedia in Colombia, Mexico and Ecuador (2016)|
|Pages (from-to)||273 - 294|
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||Revista Latina de Comunicacion Social|
|State||Published - Mar 2 2017|