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Log In Sign Up. International Communication. Pedro Aguiar is a Brazilian journalist and scholar focused on news agencies and world news - with a special interest in Latin America and former Yugoslavia.
His B. His career experience as a journalist includes print, broadcasting, online and news agency, performing duties such as writing and editing world news, coordinating foreign correspondents and reporting from abroad. He was also an editor for Opera Mundi, the only media outlet in Brazil fully dedicated to world news, and for Globo TV late night newscast, as an editor for world news.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil This thesis maps all news agencies that currently belong to sovereign states of the Global So Instead of being concerned with content, this research is concentrated on the economic dimension of news agency journalism, the institutional networks they form, and the role they play within the Communication-World, the world-system of International Communication.
Then, by using the theoretical framework of Boyd-Barrett, Mattelart, Wallerstein, and other authors from Political Economy both International Political Economy and the Political Economy of Communication and Geographies of Media and by taking a decolonial perspective, it seeks to prove that the key to understanding the current center-periphery media gap in the age of digital convergence is less in information production than it is in information circulation.
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Therefore, the concept of information-commodity is presented as essential to understanding the dependency of Southern news agencies towards transnational news agencies. In each region, the strategies of the State to overcome the information dependency inherited from colonial-imperialist order set up by the transnational news agencies since the 19th century shall be emphasized. Finally, the thesis analyzes the data obtained in the survey for the whole Global South, leading to the conclusion that the State is the driving force behind the circulation of information in the global peripheries.
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In the s and s, an unprecedent enterprise gathered developing countries in the field of c During at least its first five years, the Pool meant a pragmatic answer to the Third World calls for a change in foreign news coverage and for opening South-South flows of information in a qualitatively and quantitatively balanced way.
Moreover, the very organization and operation schemes of the NANAP were distinguished by de-centralization, pliability and free membership, all features grounded on the principles of Yugoslav self-management socialism and which would prove especially fitting to the production conditions in peripherical societies of capitalism. This thesis investigates the legacy of the non-aligned enterprise in current counter-hegemonical developments hinged on networks and in South-South cooperation for international communication in order to build information systems which are independent from the hegemony of First World news agencies.
Emerald Studies in Media and Communications , Jun The chapter analyzes attributes of the Brazilian news agency ecology, including the parallel reach of distribution networks belonging to the private and state-owned agencies; the adaptation of conglomerate agencies to challenges entailed by the digital convergence shrinking newsrooms, multitasking staff ; and the prevalence of the interconglomerate model within the Brazilian news syndication industry.
First book ever published in Brazil about news agencies, featuring chapters authored by nine scho This paper brings a comparative analysis of cooperation initiatives between Latin American media, Besides news exchange, these entities also act to bring in earnings in foreign exchange by enticing advertising from abroad especially the USA , to reduce operating costs and to converge political articulation toward governments and public opinion.
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They have become regional players in the media industry, both opening channels and information flows between Latin American countries, one way or another. However, comparisons show two different views about what kind of integration is sought by each: either the superficial integration of markets and flows of capital or the effective integration of societies, cultures and citizen participation in the process of change.
As basis of this, one can recognise strategies for struggle for disputing hegemony in the region: on the one hand, media conglomerates, associated with big corporations; on the other, the State, particularly the countries adhering to the "Turn to the Left", through its public agencies, recently founded or refounded under programs of national development. Geography of News Agencies: annotations for a spatial analysis of the circulation of information. They became regional players in the media industry, opening channels and information flows between Latin American countries, one way or another.
However, the comparisons show two different views about what kind of integration is sought by each: either the superficial integration of markets and flows of capital or the effective integration of societies, cultures and citizen participation in the process of change. As basis for this, one can recognise strategies for struggle for disputing hegemony in the region: on the one hand, media conglomerates, associated with big corporations; on the other, the State, particularly the countries adhering to the "Turn to the Left", through its public agencies, recently founded or overhauled under programs of national development.