Brazil(s) and the Small Screen(s) in the Pay-TV Law Era

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Brazil(s) and the Small Screen(s) in the Pay-TV Law Era

Eli Carter is an Asst Professor of Brazilian Literature, Film, and Television. His research focuses broadly on Brazilian Culture with an emphasis on television and popular culture.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
4:30pm-5:30pm
Room 002, Rockefeller Center
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Films, Lectures & Seminars

Since the late 1960s, TV Globo has been the dominant media presence in Brazil. However, beginning in 2011, the Brazilian mediascape entered the Pay-TV Law Era, resulting in a broad diversification that has challenged TV Globo’s hold over the symbolic representation of the nation.

The talk will be in English

Eli Carter is an Assistant Professor of Brazilian Literature, Film, and Television. His research focuses broadly on Brazilian Culture(s) with an emphasis on television and popular culture. Reimagining Contemporary Brazilian Television Fiction, his first book, is forthcoming with the University of Pittsburgh Press.

For more information, contact:
Sharonna Henderson

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