2017 | CECS-UMinho
It was spectacular news in the late 1980s, at a time when, in Portugal, there was a frank media prosperity. In recent years, however, they have become, in particular, peripheral to the field of social communication. Local radios that have propagated by licensed frequencies are today, in many cases, redefinition projects that this book puts into perspective. Starting from a Master’s thesis in Communication Sciences, presented at the University of Minho in 2014, Radio webs: essays and reflections on the policies of the sector reconstitute the course of these communication projects of proximity and examines how the law has framed them. To an empirical reading of the last years, in the second part, the testimony in the first person of a set of 10 voices that interpret the ongoing change in a means that seems impossible to dissociate from an affective memory.