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Alan Rusbridger

Fecha de nacimiento: 29. Diciembre 1953


Alan Rusbridger es un periodista británico, director del Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford[1]​ y ex editor en jefe de The Guardian. Asumió este cargo en el año 1995, habiendo sido reportero y columnista al principio de su carrera. Rusbridger se retiró del cargo a finales de mayo de 2015 y fue sucedido por Katharine Viner.[2]​[3]​ Ahora es el presidente del Instituto de Reuters para el estudio del periodismo.[4]​

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Frases Alan Rusbridger


„We will encourage reporters to be as specific as possible about the source of any anonymous quotation.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Alan Rusbridger. " No more ghostly voices" The Guardian. 14 July 2000; As cited in Bob Franklin, ‎Martin Hamer, ‎Mark Hanna (2005) Key Concepts in Journalism Studies. p. 134.

„In the days when we could take it for granted that journalism mattered, we could only share assumptions about what it was, how it was delivered and funded, but this is not the case any more.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Attributed to Alan Rusbridger (2008) in: David Kang (2013) " Essay: Do the cultural industries make money or art?"

„Unnoticed by most of the world, Julian Assange was developing into a most interesting and unusual pioneer in using digital technologies to challenge corrupt and authoritarian states.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Rusbridger (2011). As cited in: Benedetta Brevini, ‎Arne Hintz, ‎Patrick McCurdy (2013) Beyond WikiLeaks: Implications for the Future of Communications, Journalism and Society. p. 1994.


„It would be difficult to devise a process more inclined to throw up errors than the production of a newspaper.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Rusbridger (2000) as cited in Jarman, Ruth, ‎McClune, Billy (2007) Developing scientific literacy. p. 35.

„It took one tweet on Monday evening as I left the office to light the virtual touchpaper. At five past nine I tapped: "Now Guardian prevented from reporting parliament for unreportable reasons. Did John Wilkes live in vain?"… By the time I got home, after stopping off for a meal with friends, the Twittersphere had gone into meltdown. Twitterers had sleuthed down Farrelly's question, published the relevant links and were now seriously on the case. By midday on Tuesday "Trafigura" was one of the most searched terms in Europe, helped along by re-tweets by Stephen Fry and his 830,000-odd followers.
… One or two legal experts uncovered the Parliamentary Papers Act 1840, wondering if that would help? Common #hashtags were quickly developed, making the material easily discoverable. By lunchtime – an hour before we were due in court – Trafigura threw in the towel. The textbook stuff – elaborate carrot, expensive stick – had been blown away by a newspaper together with the mass collaboration of total strangers on the web. Trafigura thought it was buying silence. A combination of old media – the Guardian – and new – Twitter – turned attempted obscurity into mass notoriety.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Alan Rusbridger " The Trafigura fiasco tears up the textbook" The Guardian, Wednesday 14 October 2009; As cited in Paul Bradshaw, ‎Liisa Rohumaa (2013) The Online Journalism Handbook: Skills to survive and thrive in the Digital Age. p. 176.

„When I look back over some of the most high-profile things we’ve done recently at The Guardian I see an interesting pattern emerging – a form of collaborative journalism that I can best describe as a mutualised newspaper.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Alan Rusbridger "I've seen the future and it's mutual." British Journalism Review, Vol 20 (3), 2009. p. 19-26; Partly cited in: Santo da Cunha, Rodrigo do Espírito, and Rodrigo Martins Aragão. "Clicar, arrastar, girar: o conceito de interatividade em revistas para iPad."


„The papers should promote minority views as well as mainstream argument and should encourage dissent.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Alan Rusbridger (2008) on ' priorities, cited in: Richard Lance Keeble, John Tulloch, Florian Zollmann (2010) Peace journalism, war and conflict resolution. p. 301.

„[There is a] widespread feeling that newspapers are failing in their duty of truly representing the complexity of some of the most important issues in society.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Alan Rusbridger (2005) in: " Press needs greater scrutiny, says Guardian editor" on, March 10, 2005: cited in: Tony Harcup (2007) The Ethical Journalist. p. 14.

„We're no longer a once-a-day text medium for a predominantly domestic audience. Increasingly - around the clock - we use a combination of media in telling stories, and in commentary, to millions of users around the globe.“

— Alan Rusbridger
Alan Rusbridger. " We're all doomed to be surprised" The Guardian, Monday 20 August 2007; Partly cited in: Peter English. "Caught by the Web: The Case of Guardian News & Media's Sports Desk." Journal of Sports Media 7.1 (2012): 133-148.

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