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23 Maria Immacolata Vassallo de Lopes, Guillermo Orozco Gómez 1. Comparison of TV fiction in Ibero-American countries in 2012 ... The ten most viewed fictions in the year......................................... ictoria De Michele, Noelia Morales, Laura Oszust, Ezequiel Rivero 1. In other countries, there is a predominance of private networks.

Audiovisual context in Ibero-American countries........................... The United States is the only country in which there are no public channels, in our case, catering to Hispanic demographics. Audiovisual context in Ibero-American countries Some facts command our attention in the panorama of communications in the countries of the Obitel scope.

Since 2008, Globo Universidade has been present in Rede Globo’s programming: every Saturday, at 7h, the program features information about the main universities in Brazil and in the world. Yearly analysis: premiere of national and Ibero-American fiction . Transmedia reception..................................................................... This comparison is made from a quantitative and qualitative perspective that allows to observe the development of fiction in each country, highlighting their main productions, as well as the topic of the year, herein, “Social Memory and Television Fiction”.

CHILE Valerio Fuenzalida and Pablo Julio Pohlhammer (Pontifi cia Universidad Católica de Chile), National Coordina tors; Constanza Mujica, Luis Breull, Alejandro Bruna (Universidad Católica de Chile), Research Assistants; Verónica Silva, Independent Researcher. Highlights of the year.................................................................... In this section, special emphasis is placed on the ten most viewed titles of the year. Transmedia reception: Here is presented and exemplified the offer that the networks provide their audiences so that they can consume their productions via Internet, as well as the description of audiences’ behaviors when watching, consuming and interacting with their fictions through pages and websites. Highlights of the year: The most important productions, not only in terms of rating, but also in terms of the sociocultural impact or of the innovation that they generate in the television industry and market are presented here. Topic of the Year, which in this issue is Social Memory and Television Fiction: Here is offered an analysis of the ways in which fictions work on stories occurring wholly or partially in the past (remote or close) and how they allude to this in stories set in the present.

BRAZIL Maria Immacolata Vassalo de Lopes (Universidade de São Paulo), National Coordina tor; Maria Cristina Palma Mungioli (Universidade de São Paulo), Adjunt Research; Cláudia Freire, Clarice Greco Alves, Helen Emy Nochi Suzuki, Issaaf Santos Karhawi, Ligia Maria Prezia Lemos, Patricia Bieging, Ra faela Bernardazzi Torrens Leite (Universidade de São Paulo), Research Associates; Miguel Luiz de Souza, Pedro Zanotto Bazi, Tomaz Af fonso Penner (Centro de Es tudos de Telenovela – CETVN – da Escola de Co municações e Artes da Universidade de São Paulo), Research Assistants. Topic of the year: social memory and television fiction . Country’s audiovisual context: It presents general information about the audiovisual sector regarding the production of television fiction: the story, tendencies and more relevant events. Analysis of premiere fiction of the year: It is presented through several tables that show specific data about national and Ibero-American fiction that were released in each country.

• • • • • • Publications produced: Obitel Yearbook 2008: Global Markets, Local Stories; Obitel Yearbook 2009: Television Fiction in Ibero-America: Narratives, Formats and Advertising; Obitel Yearbook 2010: Convergences and Transmediation of the Television Fiction; Obitel Yearbook 2011: Quality in Television Fiction and Audiences’ Transmedia Interactions; Obitel Yearbook 2012: Transnationalization of Television Fiction in Ibero-American Countries; Obitel Yearbook 2013: Social Memory and Television Fiction in Ibero-American Countries. Yearly analysis: premiere of national and Ibero-American fiction . Transmedia reception..................................................................... We also work with the data generated by the research teams, from other sources such as press releases, Internet information, audio and video material, as well as those from direct contacts with agencies and professionals of the audiovisual media in each country.

Such partnership, started in 2008, aims to present and discuss the yearly analyses on production, content, audience and sociocultural importance of the television fiction in Latin America and in the Iberian Peninsula. Highlights of the year.................................................................... The main sources of audience measuring data were provided by audience measurement institutes in the different countries: Ibope (Brazil), Time-Ibope (Chile), Ibope (Colombia, Uruguay), Nielsen Ibope (Mexico), Ibope Time (Ecuador), Ibope Media Perú (Peru), Average Monitor Marktest Audimetria (Portugal), Kantar Media Methodological Note | 19 and Barlovento Comunicaciones (Spain), Nielsen (United States), and AGB Nielsen Media Research (Venezuela).

Team: Rogger Vergara, Tatiana Labarthe, Thalia Dancuart, Nataly Vergara 1. Yearly analysis: premiere of national and Ibero-American fiction . Transmedia reception..................................................................... Even though this phenomenon is just incipient, it bears a high potential for understanding production itself and the expectations with fiction, its distribution and consumption from the companies and television channels.

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