Interesting exercise on ‘días de tele’ (TVE-1). Julia Otero He sent cameras to the street to ask passersby how they learned about the coup. weaver Unanimous answers at 23-F: They learned it live on TV.
All participants in this survey made sure to follow it on TVE – the only channel in existence at the time – on the 23rd afternoon and then on ‘Telediario’ at 21:00. 23. When warned that this was impossible as TVE did not show a single image of the coup, and that they had to wait until 24-F the next day to see them, the number of those who were surprised was huge.
An interesting example of the effects of television on people is the fact that we can clearly remember television images 42 years later, but cannot distinguish whether what is shown to us is live or recorded the next day. brain. However, there is another noteworthy television aspect of this 23-F. The convention cameras weren’t broadcasting live, but recording—at least one—and the footage arrived perfectly at TVE. They told Días de tele that the army entered the TVE an hour later. The question is consistent: Why wasn’t the program interrupted and the incoming footage presented at least in the hour required for the military to enter TVE?
In February 2013 the ‘Huffington Post’ published a brilliant signed analysis of the subject. Louis Alegre. In this study, it was recorded that there were citizens who claimed that they saw some of the images of the coup in the first place, on the short, live, second channel, then on the channel called UHF. But besides this possibility, which others have bluntly denied, it was underlined how bizarre TVE’s decision not to broadcast the investment live was. Calvo SoteloThat was the purpose of that session in Congress. In fact, it seems strange that before the new president took office, TVE decided to show the children’s program ‘La mansión de los Plaff’ instead. It’s really weird. Another question remains to be answered: If the coup footage is broadcast on TVE an hour before the arrival of the military, who and why decided that what happened at that hour would not be shown?
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