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BARROS, Antonio Teixeira de  y  LEMOS, Cláudia Regina Fonseca. Media Parliament: analysis of the schedule of Brazilian congress TV channel from the standpoint of members, mediamakers and the public. OBS* [online]. 2019, vol.13, n.4, pp.107-130. ISSN 1646-5954.  http://dx.doi.org/10.15847/obsOBS13420191114.

This paper analyzes the use of television by the Brazilian parliament, based on the examination of the programming policy of TV Câmara, the channel maintained by the Chamber of Deputies (2010-2016). The research identifies four strategies the channel uses to broaden the possibilities of political dissemination: live transmission of the legislative sessions; news shows; debates and interviews; cultural and documentary programs. This article examines the evaluation of the content from the perspective of mediamakers, members of Congress and the public. Mediamakers defend the TV schedule as an instrument of transparency of legislative activities, promotion of public debate and national culture. Members demand more attention to their activities, including in their electoral bases, while the public highlights the function of monitoring legislative activities.

Palabras clave : Media and parliament; Television and parliament; Political communication and television.

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