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Cajas Magicas : El renacimiento de la television publica en America Latina
 
Author:Arroyo, Luis; Becerra, Martin; Castillejo, Angel Garcia; Santamaria, Oscar; Country:Latin America;
Date Stored:2013/03/12Document Date:2013/03/08
Document Type:PublicationISBN:978-84-309-5729-3
Language:SpanishMajor Sector:Information and communications
Rel. Proj ID:6L-Public Interest Media, Social Cohesion And Development In Latin -- -- P126768;Region:Latin America & Caribbean
Report Number:75918Sub Sectors:General information and communications sector
SubTopics:Broadcast and Media; Arts & Music; Culture and Cultural Practice; Educational Technology and Distance Education; ICT Policy and StrategiesTF No/Name:TF010723-Public Interest Media, Social Cohesion and Development in Latin America
Volume No:1 of 1  

Summary: This book is the result of three conferences held in Uruguay, Paraguay, and El Salvador, to discuss the role of public television in Latin America. The role of public media is making a major readjustment. Worldwide, there is reflection on what should take place in the pluralistic media system that a democratic society must build and nurture. The objective of this book is to identify those formulas that, beyond their theoretical conception, serve in practice -- because they are already operating in countries of the region -- as an example to make public television comply with the basic mission it shares with the rest of public media to inform, educate and entertain, and to do so because of the autonomy, economic sustainability and quality of its content. The book begins with a historical survey of public television beginning in London. Chapter 2 defines what public television is. Chapter 3 details the various types of programs found on public television. Chapters 4 and 5 explain who controls public TV, and how it is financed. Chapter 6 predicts what the future of public TV will hold, and Chapter 7 concludes with a global proposal for Latin American public media.

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