Debate dos Fatos: Jornalismo opinativo na TV comunitária

Carlos Silva, Míriam Cristina
May 2013
Revista Eptic Online;mai-ago2013, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p189
Academic Journal
The TVV is a Community TV of Votorantim, SP. Operates in the city since 2009 and has a grid programming heterogeneous, with most programs conducted live, in the studio. The presence of entertainment and religious contents is majority, however, services and journalistic programs represent a great audience, evidenced by phone calls, e-mails and instant messages sent by the public. Stands out as an object of analysis, the program Debate dos Fatos, in which are selected news about the city, published by various media and discussed by presenters, guest and viewers. We conclude that the audience of the Debate dos Fatos is based on fulfillment of the public role of journalism, to assist in the interpretation and processing of the local reality.


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