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Channeling the StateAry social change the station covered everything from Hugo Chávez’s speeches to barrio residents' complaints about bureaucratic mismanagement Channeling the eBook In Channeling the State Naomi Schiller explores how and why Catia TVe's founders embraced alliances with Venezuelan state officials and institutions Drawing on long term ethnographic research among the station's participants Schiller shows how community television production created uniue openings for Caracas's urban poor.

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Channeling the State Summary ¾ 8 ´ ❮EPUB❯ ✺ Channeling the State Author Naomi Schiller – Berkingmad.co.uk Venezuela's most prominent community television station Catia TVe was launched in 2000 by activists from the barrios of Caracas Run on the principle that state resources should serve as a weapon of th Venezuela's mostEPUB Channeling the State Author Naomi Schiller Berkingmad.co.uk Venezuela's most prominent community television station Catia TVe was launched in 2000 by activists from the barrios of Caracas Run on the principle that state resources should serve as a weapon of th Venezuela's most prominent community television station Catia TVe was launched in by activists from the barrios of Caracas Run on the principle that state resources should serve as a weapon of the poor to advance revolution.

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To embrace the state as a collective process with transformative potential Rather than an unchangeable entity built for the exercise of elite power the state emerges in Schiller's analysis as an uneven variable process and a contentious terrain where institutions are continuously made and remade In Venezuela under Chávez media activists from poor communities did not assert their autonomy from the state but rather forged ties with the middle class to uestion whose state they were constructing and who it represented..

Channeling the State Summary ¾ 8 Naomi Schiller is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Brooklyn College City University of New York.