Francisco Mariano Nipho (1719 Alcañiz – 1803 Madrid) was a Spanish writer and journalist. Nicknamed the "freak of nature", he is regarded in Spain as one of the best journalists of all time. During the reign of Charles III, he established himself as the founder of modern journalism and the first professional journalist. Born Francisco Manuel Mariano Nipho in Alcaniz, as a young boy his family moved to Madrid where he grew up, worked, and lived the rest of his life.

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  • Francisco Sebastián Manuel Mariano Nipho y Cagigal (Alcañiz, Aragón, 1719 - Madrid, 1803), periodista aragonés. Apodado como el Monstruo de la Naturaleza, es considerado en España como uno de los mejores periodistas de todos los tiempos. Su figura brilló coincidiendo con el gobierno de Carlos III (despotismo ilustrado), época en la que se consagró como el fundador del periodismo moderno y el primer periodista profesional.Su verdadero nombre era Francisco Manuel Mariano Nipho y Cagigal. Nació en Alcañiz (Teruel), trasladándose cuando era muy joven a Madrid, donde vivió hasta su muerte. (es)
  • Francisco Mariano Nipho (1719 Alcañiz – 1803 Madrid) was a Spanish writer and journalist. Nicknamed the "freak of nature", he is regarded in Spain as one of the best journalists of all time. During the reign of Charles III, he established himself as the founder of modern journalism and the first professional journalist. Born Francisco Manuel Mariano Nipho in Alcaniz, as a young boy his family moved to Madrid where he grew up, worked, and lived the rest of his life. Nipho joined the idea of modernity with Spanish spiritual tradition. He founded a number of newspapers that went under different pseudonyms: "Mariano de la Say", "Manuel Ruiz de Uribe" ... Nipho facet highlighted artísitca and social responsibility of journalism, but he reported little benefit economically. He said that journalism was "a painful and unprofitable occupation", but states that the real task of journalism is to "educate and moralize." It was not until his later years when he would begin to establish their economic and professional, serving as censor in late 18th century. (en)
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  • 1719-6-10
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  • 1803-1-10
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  • Francisco Sebastián Manuel Mariano Nipho y Cagigal (Alcañiz, Aragón, 1719 - Madrid, 1803), periodista aragonés. Apodado como el Monstruo de la Naturaleza, es considerado en España como uno de los mejores periodistas de todos los tiempos. Su figura brilló coincidiendo con el gobierno de Carlos III (despotismo ilustrado), época en la que se consagró como el fundador del periodismo moderno y el primer periodista profesional.Su verdadero nombre era Francisco Manuel Mariano Nipho y Cagigal. Nació en Alcañiz (Teruel), trasladándose cuando era muy joven a Madrid, donde vivió hasta su muerte. (es)
  • Francisco Mariano Nipho (1719 Alcañiz – 1803 Madrid) was a Spanish writer and journalist. Nicknamed the "freak of nature", he is regarded in Spain as one of the best journalists of all time. During the reign of Charles III, he established himself as the founder of modern journalism and the first professional journalist. Born Francisco Manuel Mariano Nipho in Alcaniz, as a young boy his family moved to Madrid where he grew up, worked, and lived the rest of his life. (en)
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