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“Blim and Chill”: Telenovelas and Class Ideologies in the Online Streaming Wars
Juan Llamas-Rodriguez / University of California, Santa Barbara

Juan Llamas-Rodriguez considers the re-branding campaigns, and accompanying quality and class discourses, that Netflix launched in response to losing its streaming licenses for Televisa’s telenovelas after the Mexican broadcasting giant created its own streaming service, Blim.



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Região, Raça, e Clase Social: Recepcão de TV na Salvador, Bahia

by: Joe Straubhaar / University of Texas at Austin
O mito de democrácia racial no Brasil posiciona o pensamento crítico sobre os textos de televisão em termos de classe, mas entrevistas em Salvador, Bahia, Brasil, mostra uma tendência entre algumas pessoas de pensar em termos raciais e criticos. / A widespread myth of racial democracy in Brazil tends to position critical thinking about television texts in terms of class, but interviews in Salvador, Bahia show an emerging tendency among some to think in more critical racial terms.



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