AbstractThe aim of this paper is to give an overview of radio journalism practiced today in the city of Rio de Janeiro, from the theoretical framework of the Political Economy of Communication and convergence studies, especially in its Latin American component. Two major radio stations dedicated to the All News segment are taken as reference: Central Brasileira de Notícias (CBN) – which operates AM and FM radio stations – and BandNews Fluminense FM, both members of large media groups operating in several other media. The study will focus on the reconfiguration of the routine production of radio content, particularly analyzing the scope of the professional process of media convergence.
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