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Transnational Latin American Television
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Preface vii1 Latin American transnational television: a historical and sociocultural perspective 12 Transnational television and the making of Spanishspeaking Latino and Latin American audiences: Sabado Gigante and the politics and economy of subaltern representation 163 Neo-orientalist telenovelas and transnational business in Brazilian television (2002-2012) 324 Back to the past? Dizis in Latin America, the familiarity of the exotic (2014-2019) 495 Simulating difference, representing "quality": Los Simuladores' pioneering transition from Argentina to Mexico, Chile, and Spain (2002-2003) 676 South American adaptations of "In Treatment": "quality" TV fiction, glocal forms of prestige, and north-south cultural dialogues (2009-2012) 857 Latin American television series on Netflix, local audiences, and the global search for the "authentic-exotic" 102Conclusions 119Bibliography 123Index 133

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Nahuel Ribke is Lecturer at Seminar Hakibbutzim College and Research Associate at the Sverdlin Institute for Latin American History and Culture at Tel Aviv University, Israel.

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"The case studies that Ribke brings up throughout the book are approached with enormous rigour in terms of research and theoretical argument and this is one of the main strengths of this work. Furthermore, one of the most interesting aspects of the book is Ribke's ambition to reflect on the complex political, cultural and geographical characteristics of Latin America as a heterogeneous and diverse region."-- Juan-Pablo Osman, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia"Nahuel Ribke's book refreshes the literature on transnational media flows in Ibero- America, presenting a well-organised line of inquiry. It starts with a chapter that examines the historical evolution of television in the region over a six-decade period. In this part, Ribke identifies market size and hierarchies, intraregional political context, imagined and/or real ethnic and cultural barriers and class structures shaping national television experiences.Based on his collection of case studies, Ribke concludes that production, circulation, and consumption of transnational television in Latin America is intense even if content flows tend to be fractured by the challenges of adaptation, and certain intra- regional protectionist biases that make national broadcasters more likely to adopt north-to-south, rather than south-to-south television flows. Such pattern of 'fragmented unity' or 'ambivalent integration' (119) is characterised by a global media market logic that is sensitive to competition from neighbours, open to imports that make business sense, while orbiting around the likes of Netflix and 'other American
national media corporations'"-- Gabriel Moreno-Esparza, Northumbria University, UK

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