Migraciones mediáticas: la translocación del español en televisoras hispanas de Estados Unidos

Autores/as

  • Marelys Valencia University of Miami
  • Andrew Lynch University of Miami

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14672/8.2016.1100

Resumen

Este artículo enfocará el contacto, en estaciones de televisión hispanas en EE UU, entre variedades del español, y de estas variedades con el inglés, produciendo encuentros que arrojan luz sobre la dimensión transnacional de la lengua. Además, se cuestionará la concepción de un español neutro en redes como Univisión y Cisneros Media. El concepto de español neutro se conecta con estrategias de expansión del mercado televisivo.

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2016-12-12