From Telenovelas to Netflix Transnational Transverse Television in Latin America

This book is about television in Latin America.

Author: Joseph Straubhaar

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030774707

Category: Performing Arts

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This book is about television in Latin America. Its national and regional industries create most television programming there within genres developed over time in the region. However, part of the programming has always come from the U.S., Europe and elsewhere. With cable, satellite and now streaming TV, that inflow of foreign programming has increased substantially. While many in the audience still prefer national or regional programs for their cultural proximity, an increasing number among the upper-middle and middle classes, particularly the young, are turning to the new foreign services, like Netflix, Amazon and Disney for class distinction, cosmopolitanism or other motives. Among the television industries, global, regional and national actors are creating a variety of programs and channels (broadcast, pay-TV and streaming) to segment and appeal to different parts of the audience.
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Global South Discourse in East Asian Media Studies

From Telenovelas to Netflix: Transnational, Transverse Television in Latin America. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave. Thussu, D. (2018). International Communication: Continuity and Change, 3rd ed. London: Bloomsbury. Tiryakian, E.A. (1990).

Author: Dal Yong Jin

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000778168

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 214

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This book examines the nexus of East Asian media, culture, and digital technologies in the early 21st century from a Global South perspective. Providing an empirically rich analysis of the emergence of Asian culture, histories, texts, and state policies as they relate to both Asian media and global media, the author discusses relevant theoretical frameworks as East Asian popular culture and media have shifted the contours of globalization. After overviewing Western media/cultural theories and histories, the book explores the ways in which East Asia-focused analytical frameworks are able to shift people’s understanding of globalization and media, drawing upon examples from different East Asian countries to illustrate how current cultural flows have influenced and have been influenced by a handful of dimensions. Offering an important contribution to understanding the historical trajectory and recent developments of East Asia media, this book will interest students and scholars of media, communication, popular culture, cultural studies, Asian studies, politics and sociology.
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