Carlos Subero

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Carlos Subero, "Venezuela, is a former reporter for El Universal in Venezuela. He is widely credited with being one of the first journalists in Venezuela to use computer-assisted reporting techniques. He is living temporarily in San Francisco after having resigned from El Universal in spring 2003. Subero has also been described as his country's main advocate of "precision journalism," which encourages the use of a more scientific methodological approach to reporting. Subero often goes beyond reporting the day-to-day news to look at the big picture of Venezuela's political system. In December 2000, Subero reported that seven elections in the previous two years resulted in new political institutions, new leaders and a significant level of concentration of power in the presidency. All of these changes resulted, Subero said, in the control of all political institutions by the majority party." [1]

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