Cultural Journalism - the importance of critical theatre
- Cultural journalism: the history of cultural journalism
- The importance of cultural sections
- Profile of the cultural primers readers
- Influences and trends of cultural journalism
This study analyzed the theme "the profile of theater columnists and critics working in Brazilian journalism." The objective of this study was to survey the theater columnists acting in major journalistic vehicles. He was later approached by the professional curriculum, the formation of the most important columnists that make up through the print and digital journalism (cultural), the scenario of Brazilian theater. The theme of this research is extremely important for addressing precisely what the professionals working in journalism depicting the theater, and also what their professional training to lecture on the subject.
Therefore the research could serve as an analysis of the importance of these working professionals, contributing both to journalistic class, as theatrical. It was concluded that the theater is an artistic expression of the utmost importance and their disclosure should be comprehensive and conducted by competent and specialized professionals.
[...] In a frequent manner, or more systematic, you can then speak of cultural journalism: in an incipient way, perhaps fragile and even highly specialized. But if at that time the printed newspapers in the country dealing basically political disputes, the limited cultural scene will also forge space in magazines varieties, ads and social columns, initially more concerned with "officiate" and relay intrigue, visits or public appearances of a few oligarchs families of the main Brazilian cities which had a structure and minimally literate public to ensure the maintenance of a hebdomadário. [...]
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[...] It is because the public reads? You will make me believe that the public Sandy and Junior takes the trouble to read the first page of the most important newspaper in the country? I wish that were shown, because maybe part of the intellectual culture of cultural journalism find in Brazil, that the public is always worse than you (Teixeira, 2006). Culture as a product For the director and professor at the School of Communication at UFRJ, Ivana Bentes Oliveira, cultural journalism in recent years has turned almost synonymous with cultural agenda. [...]
[...] Popular Music: a topic for discussion. 3rd ed. São Paulo: Editora Tinhorão, José Ramos. Social history of Brazilian popular music. São Paulo: Editora Surveyed sites: http://www.editoracontexto.com.br. http://pt.wikipedia.org http://www.observatoriodeimprensa.com.br http://pt.wikipedia.org. http://www.rabisco.com.br http://www.olavodecarvalho.com.br. http://www.ploneweb.metodista.br. [...]
[...] The story of how the culture began to acquire more importance and thus also winning a status systematic newsworthiness, debate and scheduling in the daily newspapers in Brazil could not ignore an important journal that made history in the Brazilian press: [ . ] The Morning Post (circulated from 1901 until 1974), as one of the most prestigious print media spaces of the country. Since its inception, the mail circulated with sections on the cultural field, such as' Art of Letters Theatre 'and any other posted sectors (ANDRADE cited SODRÉ p. 369). [...]