Julia’s thing

There was Jordi Évole who didn’t believe it. He had to pinch himself. Thank you, Julia Otero, for what you have given me. A few hours of chemically pure television. round. sincere. Good, nice and cheap. Paying homage to a program from thirty years ago, how could La Luna be otherwise at La 1?

Paradoxically, on the same day, April audience figures were released when TVE hit bottom again. And that, public television, whichever way you look at it, lives at a crossroads with a difficult solution. On the one hand, you want an audience that engages you. On the other hand, to continue to provide public service. But even those in charge don’t seem to know what that means.

Jordi Évole from Catalonia explains each week what the types of programs will have to be produced in La 1: like this one that revisits La luna from home, or the one that brings the protagonists of the movie together. Belle Epoque won the Oscar thirty years later.

Rather, what they do in a non-Olympic year is buy the rights to the Olympics. A World Cup like in Qatar (more than questioned) for 35 million euros, but for this it is necessary to remove programs such as programs dedicated to the young public watched by the Playz channel.

Quality venues like María Casado’s scare audiences when they look at them. Right now, at La 1’s prime time, the only remaining serious and public service show are the keys to the 21st century, which even lagged behind with 4.5 percent viewers last Friday, 29. hundred thousand more viewers. Meanwhile, her future is at stake.

Source: Informacion


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