Television beyond itself in Latin America

  • Guillermo Orozco Departamento de Estudios de la Comunicación Social / Universidad de Guadalajara / Guadalajara / Jalisco, México
  • Toby Miller Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4957-7770
Keywords: Television, miscegenation, magical realism, solitude, culture

Abstract

Television in Latin America continues to be an important medium for the population; politics, history, the market, and especially the culture and its audiences keep television alive. In spite of the fact that millennials enjoy television from several screens, television contents remain as a reference in everybody’s audiovisual experiences. With changes in its reception, production, programming, and business models, television booms, instead of disappearing, amplifying itself into the televisual medium, keeping itself as a multicultural experience, and as a unique opportunity for its audiences’ reinvention of themselves.

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Published
2018-12-26
How to Cite
Orozco, G., & Miller, T. (2018). Television beyond itself in Latin America. MATRIZes, 12(3), 59-75. Retrieved from http://www.revistas.usp.br/matrizes/article/view/153196
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Dossier