Abstract

Resumen:

Salvados—el programa de documentales, reportajes, debates y entrevistas dirigido por Jordi Évole y Ramón Lara (La Sexta)—cabe verse como un exponente de un periodismo "populista" que constituye un sujeto nacional-popular español fundamentado en un sentido común contra-hegemónico. Este ensayo valoriza el potencial político de este periodismo populista, al mismo tiempo que señala sus límites, dada su asunción de la lógica mercantil del conglomerado mediático que lo transmite. Cierra con una reflexión sobre el potencial y los límites de Podemos, partido político cuya evolución transcurre paralela a la de Salvados y con el que comparte varios rasgos.

Abstract:

Salvados, a TV program directed by Jordi Évole and Ramón Lara (La Sexta), is an example of a "populist" journalism that combines documentary, reportage, debates and interviews to construct a national-popular Spanish subject founded on a counter-hegemonic common sense. While acknowledging the political potential of this kind of journalism, this essay also signals the limits of remaining within the market logic of the media conglomerate. The essay closes with a reflection on the potential and limits of Podemos, a political party whose evolution runs parallel to that of Salvados, with which is shares several central traits.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1934-9009
Print ISSN
1096-2492
Pages
pp. 235-262
Launched on MUSE
2018-05-03
Open Access
No
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