Digital Journalism, Digital Tools for Reporters, Mathematics, Statistics, Investigative Journalism, Precision Journalism.
Since 1997 she works in Channel 7, open Television Station, (Artear SA, Clarin Group) and conduce its daily Program News called “Siete Mundo”, as an analytic journalist and opinion segment’s editor.
When she decided began to work in TV, had the opportunity to create a unit of investigative journalism, that she started without economic resources, only with the collaboration of a group of students. They investigated topics related with the defense of the human rights, the accusation of polluting factors inside the industrial area in her city, the control of the privatized service industries publics and the consumer's defense.
She concentrated their work as a journalist through a segment opinion and the research about new ways to get digital and public documentation on the Web. The thematic focus was centered in the promotion of the social control on the part of the citizens.
Crucianelli was been worth of the opinion gender, differentiating it of the hard news inside the journalist, to maintain alert to the citizens regarding irregularities and social injustices, defending the rights of its community, especially of the neediest social sectors or the violation to the human rights. Their investigations come marking a call of attention to the authorities regarding pending tasks: transparency in public budget, provision of the essential public services (as drinking water and electricity) or controls in health questions, environmental contamination and urban security.
Creator of Blog's Program News: www.sietemundo.com
Sandra Crucianelli is a journalist specializing in Investigative Journalism and Precision Journalism, with emphasis on digital sources and Data Journalism.
Since 2004 collaborate as instructor and consultant for the Knight Center of the University of Texas, Austin, USA (http://knightcenter.utexas.edu); also for International University of The Florida (FIU), in Miami, USA, as a member of its staff (http://www.fiu.edu/~imc/contact.htm).
Founder and editor in charge of digital magazine www.sololocal.info, based on digital sources, hiperlocal news in Bahía Blanca City, Argentina.
Crucianelli is the author of "Digital Tools for Journalists", a book published in Spanish (Knight Center, Texas University), also translated into Portuguese. Download the book through the link: http://www.knightcenter.utexas.edu/ebook/digital-tools-journalists.
Member of the advisory board of the Center for Digital Journalism Education at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico. The Centre's main functions are to contribute to the training of journalists and communicators in Latin America and the United States to promote and facilitate the production of quality journalism on the Internet, and generate, through the Centre of Digital Journalism, research and studies that reveal and analyze processes and phenomena related to the production, communication and dissemination of information on national and international contexts.
She develops her professional career in Bahia Blanca city, Argentina, southest of the county of Buenos Aires and distant 680 kilometers of the capital of her country.
Crucianelli lives in Bahia Blanca city, Argentina, where she studied Biochemistry at National University of the South. For that reason she initially was specialized in scientific journalism and later in investigation and precision journalism. As a newspaper’s reporter in 1989, (La Nueva Daily) she was one of the Argentinean first journalists that introduced the practice of the investigative journalism in the provinces. Until that moment, only the big media of Buenos Aires or the capitals of the provinces made investigative journalism.