Telejornalismo e cidadania: o conteúdo colaborativo e a participação do telespectador na dinâmica do Jornal Nacional e J A 2ª edição
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Technological progress, especially those originated on the Internet, leads some changes at television news, particularly nowadays when the audience loss settles a pursuit for options which offers active information and contact with viewers. In that scenery, collaborative content sent by viewers to TV producers has been shown as a strategic tool to keep the preference and audience on TV. This place has a potential to open new ways for citizen participation so that receivers now have roles while the information is been produced. From this idea, it was made a literature review of communication concepts, citizenship, journalism and the existence of collaborative content in TV journalism. The proposed methodology was video content analysis of the Jornal Nacional and JA 2ª edição, both Rede Globo products, in order to identify the sort of collaborative contents in them and also how they affect citizen construction by TV journalism. From that point, this study aims to answer how collaborative contents could contribute to citizen construction in TV news, presenting an analysis of this moment in which the journalism from TV is adapting itself, as well as changes who affect strategic producing routine on TV and the process of approach to viewers like an ally for TV journalism. The analysis pointed out that, even if the collaborative content allows the sharing of information, still there is no effective opening for citizen participation, since the control of what appears on television remains with producers of TV journalism. There is no a concern in discussing citizenship, but the intentions are more geared toward the audience than practices that encouraging citizens.
COSTA, A. M. A. Telejornalismo e cidadania: o conteúdo colaborativo e a participação do telespectador na dinâmica do Jornal Nacional e J A 2ª edição. 2015. 105 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Comunicação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2015.