Multimedia news storytelling: Semiotic-narratological foundations

  title={Multimedia news storytelling: Semiotic-narratological foundations},
  author={Pilar S{\'a}nchez-Garc{\'i}a and Ram{\'o}n Salaverr{\'i}a},
  journal={El Profesional de la Informaci{\'o}n},
Research about multimedia news storytelling contains several empirical studies, but these lack a theoretical foundation. This article proposes a transdisciplinary foundation of multimedia news storytelling, based on semiotics and narratology. First, the bases of multimedia news storytelling are explained using a hypothetical-deductive methodology and the semiotic categories of ideation-composition-reception. Second, based on narratology, the multimedia storytelling process is described… 

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