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Title: DOCTV: a produção independente na televisão
Other Titles: DOCTV: independent production on television
Keywords: Televisão;  Programa de televisão;  Documentário (Cinema);  Políticas públicas;  Television, Television program, Documentary (Film);  Public Policy
Issue Date: 24-Jan-2013
Abstract: A study of independently produced documentaries on Brazilian television, analyzing the DocTV Program, a project created and carried out since 2003 by the Audiovisual Secretariat - subordinate organ of the Brazilian Ministry of Culture. Documentaries on DocTV are produced in each state and exhibited on the national network by way of public stations. This regional character in their production and exhibition is rare in the history of relationship between television and independent production in Brazil, and thus presents a unique opportunity to analyze the effect that decentralization can incite within the country s audiovisual production, in regard to the thematic categories and stylistic characteristics of the documentaries produced in each state. In detailing the operations of DocTV - their actions, goals and results - the role of public television in Brazil, and the vulnerability of programs instituted in the public sphere, are still poorly defined, as they become subject to disruption by successive governments. This study outlines a panel comparing the relationship between independent production and television in foreign countries and in Brazil
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