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Catherine Grant <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 27 Jan 2014 11:51:04 +0000
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Dear Colleagues,

The open access digital publishing platform REFRAME<> is happy to announce the launch of its latest website project: Mediático<> (, a collectively authored media blog, which will publish a diverse array of research, news, views and perspectives on Latin American, Latino/a and Iberian media cultures, including those of national and transnational television, film, radio, the Internet and social media, music and the press. The news of this website, and some other REFRAME developments is given more fully here:<>

To celebrate Mediático<>’s inaugural “issue,” we are honoured to be able to present an essay on Spanish television dramas<> by one of its contributing editors Paul Julian Smith<>, Distinguished Professor, PhD Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Languages and Literatures at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Further original items have been produced by Mediático<> founding co-editors Dolores Tierney, on Cuban digital filmmaking<>, Catherine Grant on transnational Latin American film authorship<> and Juan Ramos on telenovelas<>. There are lots of other items of interest already posted alongside these, so do please check them out.

Best wishes

Dr <> Catherine Grant<>
REFRAME<> Editor,
Part-Time Senior Lecturer in Film Studies
School of Media, Film and Music
University of Sussex
Silverstone Building
Falmer BN1 9RG

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