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(en) Brazil, Debating the politics of public communication by Bruno Lima Rocha (pt) [machine translation]

Date Sat, 13 Apr 2013 11:19:10 +0300

Paulo Bernardo Silva, a former union leader banking, embodies the concept that politics is a professional factory class traitors. Communications Minister Dilma do justice to the "noble" strain of ACM and Hélio Costa in defense of the interests of capital in front of the folder. ---- On days 05 and 06 April, the Secretariat of Communications and Social Inclusion (Secom) government riograndense organized the seminar "How to finance public communication?" On the morning of the second day, I was summoned by the National Movement of Community Radio Broadcasting (MNRC ) for the debate, which did an analysis of the situation from the communication policies of the federal government. We also discussed alternatives for the management of non-state public broadcasters, obviously trying to escape the advertising model and its inevitable complications. I shared the table with journalist Beto Almeida, Brazil and responsible for Telesur notorious connoisseur of Venezuelan law.

My analysis "reassures" media owners and executives of telecommunications companies. I evaluated that, depending on your Dilma and Communications Minister Paulo Bernardo, little or nothing is done to counter the hegemonic interests. Brazil is a country that lives by a Constitution and citizen incomplete regularly amputated. Chapter V, is just what the media, when read aloud, seems more like science fiction compared to the contents issued. Unlike countries such as Venezuela and Argentina, here there is no will of the Executive Branch to distribute the production capacities of symbolic goods in addition to market leaders.

Reasons abound for the claim and the bill is simple. To compose the infamous coalition presidentialism, Rousseff as Lula from the middle of the first term, operates with a majority in both legislative houses. These consist of network operators, mostly colonels electronics (the example of Sarney and Collor), regional partners of the largest media groups in the country. Thus, a new General Law of Telecommunications and Mass Media, taking into account digital convergence and formalizing the three complementary systems (private, public and state) provided for in Article 223 of the Constitution simply does not pass the House.

Not surprisingly, the demands MNRC three staves. A, long-term, is the establishment of a fund for the promotion of public media that does not seek profit. In short, a legal basis for allocating a share of the advertising pie of the three levels of government to these public broadcasters. And immediately, the fall of Minister Paulo Bernardo, shelve by the resolutions of the National Conference of Communication. I concluded the speech with the obvious. If you depend on the Plateau or Congress, none of this will happen.

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