JOUR-MAS: a multi-agent system approach to help journalism management

  • Alberto López Barriuso
    ACM student member albarriuso[at]
  • Fernando De La Prieta
    ACM member
  • Álvaro Lozano Murciego
    ACM student member
  • Daniel Hernández
    ACM student member
  • Jorge Revuelta Herrero
    ACM student member


Nowadays, the vertiginous progress of technology has led society to demand lower response times in general, but in press in particular. For this reason, media groups have to face a big challenge in order to facilitate their employees the technical means that enable professionals in the media sector to face the new communication models. In this article, we face this problem and present a novel system based on Virtual Organizations of agents and Cloud Computing in order to improve the organization, management and distribution of media contents.
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López Barriuso, A., De La Prieta, F., Lozano Murciego, Álvaro, Hernández, D., & Revuelta Herrero, J. (2015). JOUR-MAS: a multi-agent system approach to help journalism management. ADCAIJ: Advances in Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence Journal, 4(4), 23–34.

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