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An Audio-Visual approach to the Spanish transition. Tele-revista, A Swiss TV News Magazine for Spanish immigrants


Calvo Salgado, Luís Manuel; Langa Nuño, Concha; Prieto, Moisés (2018). An Audio-Visual approach to the Spanish transition. Tele-revista, A Swiss TV News Magazine for Spanish immigrants. Media History, 24:1-16.

Abstract

Tele-revista was a biweekly Swiss television broadcast for Spanish immigrants living in Switzerland. It dealt with labour and migration-related issues in Switzerland, information about Spanish cultural manifestations, political rights and interviews with committed immigrants and key figures of Spanish politics in transit on Swiss soil. First aired in 1973, in the final years of General Franco's authoritarian regime, the TV magazine, initially broadcast on the three Swiss TV channels, is an unique source of the Spanish transition to democracy, seen through the eyes of Swiss TV-makers with the collaboration of some Spanish journalists. Tele-revista was aimed for a better integration of Spaniards within Swiss society, who were considered worse integrated than the Italians. The paper pursues to present a general portrayal of the broadcast with a special attention to the years of the Spanish transition to democracy by means of focussing on the information about social, cultural and political issues.

Abstract

Tele-revista was a biweekly Swiss television broadcast for Spanish immigrants living in Switzerland. It dealt with labour and migration-related issues in Switzerland, information about Spanish cultural manifestations, political rights and interviews with committed immigrants and key figures of Spanish politics in transit on Swiss soil. First aired in 1973, in the final years of General Franco's authoritarian regime, the TV magazine, initially broadcast on the three Swiss TV channels, is an unique source of the Spanish transition to democracy, seen through the eyes of Swiss TV-makers with the collaboration of some Spanish journalists. Tele-revista was aimed for a better integration of Spaniards within Swiss society, who were considered worse integrated than the Italians. The paper pursues to present a general portrayal of the broadcast with a special attention to the years of the Spanish transition to democracy by means of focussing on the information about social, cultural and political issues.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Art History
Dewey Decimal Classification:770 Photography & computer art
900 History
Scopus Subject Areas:Social Sciences & Humanities > Cultural Studies
Social Sciences & Humanities > Communication
Social Sciences & Humanities > History
Language:English
Date:20 July 2018
Deposited On:05 Sep 2018 07:13
Last Modified:11 Mar 2021 15:53
Publisher:Taylor & Francis
ISSN:1368-8804
OA Status:Closed
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1080/13688804.2018.1499430
Official URL:https://doi.org/10.1080/13688804.2018.1499430

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