News, entertainment, analysis, curiosity, rigor, plurality, dynamism. are the ingredients of ‘The clear things’the new daily public service program, with the journalist Jesús Cintora in the lead, who returns to the set and will premiere this space very soon, La 1. A window open to plurality and everything that happens, with useful content that is close to the viewer and vocation to offer answers, clarify issues and offer ways of resolution.
In direct contact with the street, it will offer useful content and tell what affects the citizen: daily news, social and economic concerns, environmental realities, complaints, consumption, will be in what is happening in the city, in the towns, on the networks, research, culture or meteorology.
‘The clear things’ will seek plurality, critical sense, constructive contributions, explanations, solutions. You will hear the voice of health experts, economists, journalists, judges, workers and the unemployed. It will also make an effort to incorporate new faces among its protagonists: civic movements, associations, parties, unions, commentators, experts.
The program will bet on a clear, direct, simple and natural languageclose to citizens and will combine analysis, interviews, dissemination, debate and connection with different parts of Spain.
There will be a table of analysts, connections with different experts and their reporters will also bring the voice of the street closer. On set, the most advanced digital technologies in stage and graphic treatment.
Sections, collaborators and analysts
The environment, ecology and meteorology will be very present at the hands of Jacob Petrus, presenter of ‘Aquí la Tierra’. The program will also be very attentive to the reality of consumersthe prices, the invoices, the abuses, the denunciation, from the hand of a pioneer like Jesús Soria, Jorge Morales de Labra or Rubén Sánchez, from Facua.
The verification of the ‘Maldita Hemeroteca’ team joins ‘Las cosa claras’, with Clara Jiménez at the helm, to combat the permanent circulation of fake news either fakenews: on our networks, on our phones… on a daily basis. It will also give special importance to data journalism, with the ‘Datadista’ team, headed by Ana Tudela.