Soliña Barreiro (GEA) will be speaking at the debate on linguistic plurality in the Galician audiovisual sector in the European Parliament.
She represents the Grupo de Estudos audiovisuais (GEA) of the USC and will present the book Perante a nova Lei do Audiovisual: análise e perspectivas.
Professor Soliña Barreiro will present the book Perante a nova Lei do Audiovisual: análise e perspectivas, of which she was the coordinator, and in which the Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais (GEA) of the University de Santiago de Compostela compiles the main contributions of the conference, held at the Faculty of Communication Sciences on 15 September 2022 in collaboration with A Mesa pola Normalización Lingüística. The conference was attended by University of País Vasco, the Asociación Galega de Produtoras Independentes (AGAPI), the Asociación Galega Sindical de Guionistas (AGAG), the Asociación Galega de Profesionais da Tradución e a Interpretación (AGPTI), the Plataforma por la Llengua and Konstseilua. This volume is the result of the collaboration between academia, the audiovisual sector and citizens, united by the concern about the consequences that the new General Law on Audiovisual Communication will have for the Galician audiovisual sector and the cultural and linguistic diversity of the sector, with the aim of transferring knowledge to society and providing recommendations to public institutions.
The European Parliament’s Language Intergroup, made up of representatives from various groups in the European Parliament, considers that the audiovisual sector must be a strategic field of action for any policy that truly seeks to normalise languages and that it is therefore a matter of great importance for the Galician audiovisual sector.
Two researchers from the Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais de la USC, Roi Méndez Fernández and Rocío del Pilar Sosa Fernández, led this international focus group, in coordination with Jim Playfoot (WhiteLoop) and Kateryna Holubinka (Open Universiteit Nederland), in which a dozen members representing the diversity of the USC university community participated: faculty, technical staff and […]
The XIII Viana International Film Conference is a space for reflection and exchange of experiences aimed at building an international community of interests and to present projects related to the central themes of film and audiovisual: film and school, film: art, science and culture and photography and memory. The 13th edition will take place in […]
Enrique Castelló, professor of Communication Sciences at the USC and coordinator of the Audiovisual Studies Group, presented a scenario that demystifies unfounded stigmas, which revolve around digitalisation and emerging technologies, inclusion and the digital divide in chapter 4 of La tribu hereje. A podcast against ageism that is based on intergenerationality as a vaccine against […]