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Francisco Javier Paniagua Rojano

Professor of Journalism
Department of Journalism
Faculty of Communication Sciences
Universidad de Málaga, UMA
Campus de Teatinos, S/N, 29071, Málaga (Spain)
fjpaniagua@uma.es

Francisco Javier Paniagua Rojano holds a degree (1996) and a PhD (2004) in Journalism. Since 2003, he is professor of the Faculty of Communication Sciences at the Universidad de Málaga, where he teaches Institutional and Corporate Communication. Also, he is professor at the Master in Political and Institutional Communication from the Fundación Ortega y Gasset and at the Master in Strategic Management of Communication and Innovation from the Universidad de Cádiz.

Between March 2011 and September 2014, he was Director of the Communication Secretariat at the International University of Andalusia (UNIA). He has also been DIRCOM of the Federación Andaluza de Municipios y Provincias (FAMP).

In last years, he has published two studies on the use of social networks in universities and their digital communication policy, in magazines Icono 14 and Estudio del Mensaje Periodístico, “Hacia la comunicación 2.0. El uso de las redes sociales por las universidades españolas” and “La incorporación de los departamentos de comunicación de las universidades españolas al entorno digital. Un análisis cuantitativo”, respectively. Also, he has published other interesting articles such as “Incentivar el emprendimiento periodístico desde la Universidad” (2014) and “Las elecciones autonómicas andaluzas de 2012 en la prensa nacional: Análisis de la cobertura de Abc, El Mundo y El País” (2013), both published in Revista Latina de Comunicación Social.

Between 2006 and 2011, he coordinated the Annual Report on Journalism, edited by the Press Association of Madrid. He participated as researcher and coordinator in the RDI project “Análisis crítico del sistema de medios: credibilidad e impacto en la ciudadanía”. In 2012, he participated in the international publication on the journalistic profession The Global Journalist in the 21st Century, edited by David H. Weaver and Lars Willnat, with the chapter “Journalists in Spain” (collaborative work).

At present, he participates as a researcher in various RDI projects from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness: “Uso e influencia de los social media y la comunicación 2.0 en la toma de decisiones turísticas y en la imagen de marca de los destinos. Aplicaciones de utilidad para los destinos turísticos españoles”; project SEJ-8073 “Credibilidad en el sistema de medios andaluz. Confianza de la ciudadanía en los medios audiovisuales” and projects for teaching innovation from the Universidad de Málaga “Desarrollo de entornos personales de aprendizaje en la docencia del Periodismo a través de la integración de recursos vinculados a la web 2.0” (PIE 13-044) and “Research and Learning of Media and Communications Management”, from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

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