The Handbook of Spanish Language Media by Alan Albarran
By Alan Albarran
With the increase of Spanish language media worldwide, The instruction manual of Spanish Language Media provides an outline of the sector and its rising concerns. This guide will function the definitive resource for students drawn to this rising box of analysis; not just to supply heritage wisdom of a number of the concerns and issues proper to Spanish language media, but in addition to set up instructions for destiny study during this speedily starting to be area.
This quantity attracts at the services of authors and collaborators across the globe. The book is an important reference paintings for graduate scholars, students, and media practitioners attracted to Spanish language media, and is bound to persuade the process destiny learn during this growing to be and more and more influential area.
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On the one hand, they were too dependent, from a journalistic point of view, on whatever government was in power, while on the other hand they practically worked as commercial channels in all other aspects, a motive attracting continuous criticism both by their commercial competitors who thought that the commercialization of the public television services meant a corruption of its function. In summary, it can be said that that between 1976 and the final years of the twentieth century, Spanish people witnessed an almost complete transformation of the Spanish mass media markets.
The Road towards Freedom of Information: 1976–1989 In 1976 the only media in which private ownership existed were the press and radio, but licenses had been granted during the Franco’s regime only to those individuals and institutions closely related to the regime (particularly Catholic organizations). In that year, La Prensa del Movimiento, Franco’s group of newspapers, along with Radio Nacional de España (RNE) (Spanish official radio network), were at the forefront of the news sector. In regards to television, there were only two state-run channels, TVE1 (Spanish Television First Channel) and TVE2 (Spanish Television Second Channel).
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