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Television as the Power’s Medium

Television has become the daily company of nine out of ten Russians.
The media that emerged during perestroika first seemed a tool of
democratization and modernization. However, journalists who had
been united only by their common opposition to the communist
regime, have not been able to find the means to become an independent
force, in a position to counterbalance the political power. The
profession has therefore been unable to resist the pressure from the
new authorities. President Putin has imposed his law and, since 2000,
television has clearly contributed to the effort of the regime to convey
an image of stability, unity and patriotism. A few timid attempts have
been trying to introduce some analysis and reflection through entertainment
programs. However, the atmosphere is today that of a
Potemkin village. The president and his inner circle do not see the problem,
quite the contrary.


Référence électonique : Floriana FOSSATO, "Television as the Power’s Medium", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°112, 112 - La Russie de Poutine, p. . Consulté le 2021-04-21 09:10:26 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/Television-as-the-Power-s-Medium.html