Journalism is currently experiencing one of the most interesting chapters in its history . We can say, without exaggeration, that the present of the activity can be compared to what was at the time the incorporation of mechanical presses. These marvelous and sophisticated machines facilitated the mass production of content and its establishment as an industry in the second half of the 19th century. Today, the Internet and the development of digital technologies are the resources that drive a continuous transformation of the activity. The World Wide Web did not only mean the coexistence of the printed newspaper with virtual editions on web pages and competition with native digital news media. It also involved the assimilation and use of social networks as content dissemination platforms, with their own codes. **Paradigm shift** Consequently, users are now more active, participate in the dissemination of news content and even generate it. An innumerable number of them have mobile devices from which they have access, spread and even capture the news. This represents a radical change in the way of producing and consuming information . Thus, one-way transmission and the concept of massification lose their meaning in this new reality. Therefore, the current context of the sector demands from the journalist a series of new appropriate attitudes and skills , which allow him to face the informative dynamics in which he is involved. **From the printed newspaper to the [Digital Newspaper](** The image of that man who read the newspaper on his way to work or who had a coffee looking at the newspaper bought at the kiosk when leaving home is already a memory. All these habits that are not so distant in time are repeated less and less. Reading the press, with news from the previous day, already loses logic in the face of the possibility of accessing the digital editions of the same newspapers. Computers, smartphones, tablets and, obviously, the Internet are already part of the daily lives of many people. Therefore, obtaining information in real time is a necessity. Currently, the web pages of the media and news agencies are permanently updated supports. News is dynamic, it changes priority on the page as it gains or loses relevance compared to other current content. Reporters transmit them to the newsroom from their mobile devices or they are captured from other sources on the web. But all that started a few years ago and it was not an easy road [](