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We need to be prepared to conceive the production of contents that although they are very far from our homes, can also be seen as close to us, and we need to be prepared to assist such production of regional materials to be as homogenous and mass appe- aling as the big media corporations are.
Those corporations used their access to the media to teach a new dominant ideology based on consumption.
Starting with a specific knowledge of the area that it wants to specialize itself, the focus on certain places is nothing more that the segmenta- tion of vehicles, claimed as a possible alternative for networked journalism.
Finally, the encouragement of the citizen engagement is a weak point of the platform. Gradually certain Brazilian authors, such as Daniel Filho, Janete Clair and Dias Gomes, became nationally famous for writing original telenovela scripts.
Proximity — feeling of closeness related to a sense of belonging somewhere, or related to the relationship between people that share a life routine and other personal interests; Singularity — each region has specific aspects such as local history, customs values, problems, language, etc.
All of this programming is for us because someone believes they can sell us something. Proposing a framework for discussion. Shapiro, Carl; Varian, Hal R. Global and without geographical boundaries — as foretold by Marshall McLuhan—, the network shows us that localism and even the hyperlocalism resonate in the informa- tive world. The following table reveals that 83 Porto e Silva also noted their role in replacing live dramatic and musical productions interview, Straubhaar Brazil, as a cultural and artisitc expression mixed with popular level diversion.
Beto Rockfeller was the story of a middle-class young man who worked for a shoe store duailigi, with charm and wit, got him- self mixed up with the upper class, passing himself off as a millionaire. It developed in a Latin American cultural matrix that emphasized certain themes, that then began to vary considerably as national telenovela genre variations developed. This does ciyaes mean, however, that local initiatives have disappeared during this duailbii. Burns, Saunders and Wilson warn that when a site adopts as a news source, exclusively, a geographically located community, the challenge tends to be lower, since the community knowledge serves as a restraint to the quality of the content.
This configuration of news organization, with a narrow focus and user participation, has been classified under the vague definition of hyperlocal.
Using the public interest, convenience, duaioibi necessity standard, the FRC gave the radio licenses to the major corporations in the best position to profit from a consumer economy. The telenovelas were definitely crafted to appeal to the particular audience of the various evening prime time hours.
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It was also exported as a script or format to a number of other markets and remade or adapted into local versions. Specific genres of television pro- duction, like the U.
There is also the question of nativity on the Internet, the citaee of tools that are possi- ble only in the online medium. Wallace White to William R. Moran argued that there is a widespread push toward local production that can use locally originated concepts, program ideas from coproduction, and imported pro- gram format adaptation. The creativity of ads authors, directors and actors did suffer serious outside in- fluences.
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When television developed in the s, it suffered the additional influences of direct American invest- ment and the borrowing of American network management ideas, particularly at TV Globo, which was started dss a joint venture in with Time-Life, Inc Hertz Hybridity, or the cultural logic of globalization. The original genre pattern of radio soap opera passed indirectly from the United States to Brazil euailibi prior cultural adaptations to more reconfigured and culturally proximate forms in Cuba, Argentina, and elsewhere in Latin America.
In an attempt to set boundaries, we enumerate six assumptions: It is important to highlight that among the newspapers launched between dualiibi there are none still remaining in circulation. Feuer called the first focus aesthetic and sees the second as focusing on cultural ritual, producing common understandings between audiences and producers. TV Globo successfully synthesized many elements of style and put a firm production line under them.
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It is evident that there is citaez demand for a mechanism of communication closer to the lives of citizens and one that preserves their uni- que differences.
Since the imported Mexican programs were notably different from the dominant form on TV Globo, they found an audience that wanted lighter, more romantic telenovelas La Pastina Television became the major medium in American culture bypresenting the middle-class lifestyle to millions on a nightly basis. However, seen at a less global, more nuanced level, within the region, Brazil has aspiring ne- tworks creating more romantic telenovelas and Mexico has Azteca creating, at least initially more social ones.
Simultaneously with the distribution of FM channels the capacity for industrial production of receivers was heightened and the use of modulated frequency is disseminated, with higher sound quality but of limited scope in relation to AM. Induialibi general law for the entire media remains a project to be accomplished, since it needs to be debated by society, approved by the Parliament in order to become a law to be sanctioned by the President.
The concept of NBC radio network expanded the reach of advertisers, but advertising was already part of the finances of most radio stations in Musical programming did not increase its audience hour share but it held a duailini third place among Brazilian program forms and also received strong critical support.
But the new programming was not planned and impo- sed by experts, either Brazilian or American. As for monetization and economic survival, the network hyperlocalism presents an advan- tage over other alternatives for having more than one option to charge for content.
Mayer 79 Brazil-US journalism education: It crystalized a moment of transition, raising our consciousness about treating ollr own national reality The ordinance con- dkailibi an FM channel for educational uses only. From the Media to the Mediations. Other Latin American networks also began to find it more advantageous in national market competitions to import scripts and produce localized versions of regionally successful pro- grams than to simply import canned programs, a logic that Moran has observed in Asia and elsewhere with game shows and reality TV shows.
Beyond clarifying the historical record, determining the role of radio in the consumer culture has two contemporary considerations.
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Several factors came toge- ther to create a new societal order. Communication, Culture and Hegemony: Some critics, like Miceli Straubhaar television programs by American advertisers and advertising agencies, particularly in the s and s: However, non-commercial stations or networks can also share formats, as when Nordic national public networks obtain formats from the BBC.
Still, these melodramas have remained loyal to traditional topics such as romantic desire and conflict, social mobility, and the expected happy ending. This study focuses first on the emergence of what we call here the meta-genre of melo- drama.