This article is an analysis of the public policies of communication , and specially the audiovisual industry operating in European space. The author focuses on the study of programs promoted by institutions of the European Community, and notes that these policies have influenced the generation of audiovisual technology, the regulation and harmonization of the communication sector and stimulation of the programming market.
Discusses how Mexico joins the phenomenon of telecommunication globalization, adopting deregulation in the sector and the merging of different telecommunications segments. Likewise it ponders the challenges faced by Mexican regulatory agencies to foster development in the sector and guarantee equitable regional distribution of the infrastructure and joint business competition, as well as maintaining alive commitment to achieve nation wide service.
This article is a methodological proposal for empirical investigation of the primary construction of news events. To do this the author suggests analyzing the routines of journalistic activity. This piece fits within the tradition of the so-called "sociology of news production"
This article is a case study of the news values of the "País" (national) section of the Mexican newspaper Siglo 21. He author combines the techniques of participant observation, interviews and content analysis to elucidate production routines, souring, and the negotiations necessary to prepare the news that appear in this section. This piece fits within the tradition of the so-called sociology of news production.
This is an empirical study of the amount of free time adolescents in Mexico City watch television; at the same time it offers the context or "structural factors" that turn the family home into the favorite place for leisure-time activities.
This is an article of a socio-historical nature where the author discusses the model the pioneering television businessmen sought to establish in Mexico, the obstacles that arose to implement it, as well as the response of these businessmen to situations unforeseen in their original plans.
In the early 1930s soviet director, Sergei Eisenstein, made two pro-government short films in Mexico. The first of these was Desastre en Oaxaca (disaster in Oaxaca) of which the Museum of Modern Art in New York preserved a copy. The second short was El desfile atlético del 20 de noviembre (athletic parade commemorating the Mexican Revolution), of which only a few scenes remain. In this article the author suggests the circumstances that motivated Eisenstein to make these films which followed the government line.
In this article the authors analyze "A favor de lo mejor" ("In favor of what is the best"), a nationwide advertising campaign aimed at stressing the harmful influence of television. This campaign, sponsored by different social groups, has generated opposing points of view between businessmen groups, as well as within the academic, educational and journalistic fields.
Coordinación de Tecnologías Para el Aprendizaje