Fuentes de información y pluralismo político en la cobertura de asuntos europeos en televisión

Samia BENAISSA PEDRIZA

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La investigación analiza el uso de las fuentes de información en noticias televisivas sobre asuntos europeos y su relación con el pluralismo informativo y político mediante la observación directa de una muestra de piezas seleccionadas. Los resultados revelan que los representantes de las élites políticas y gubernamentales siguen ocupando un lugar relevante en el espacio informativo. Además, su visibilidad se favorece mediante el empleo de formatos como el total o técnicas de coordinación entre las imágenes y la narración. Las fuentes cívicas, integradas por ciudadanos anónimos, alcanzan un grado de representación similar pero solo en piezas que incluyen citaciones directas. Por otra parte, un incremento del número y tipos de fuentes de información no genera necesariamente un mayor pluralismo político en las informaciones sobre asuntos europeos, ya que los medios españoles tienden a manifestar posiciones únicas y a menudo expresan una clara orientación europeísta.

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uentes de información; asuntos europeos; pluralismo político; pluralismo informativo; noticias televisivas.

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