Miracle in La2: a respectful and calm debate about communism

The program ‘Millenium’ by Ramón Colom managed to have a discussion on television about communism without dramas or insults as is usual in other televised gatherings of reference. Of course, this program is broadcast at dawn on Mondays, possibly the worst time slot of the entire week. The pain of…

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TV Fox and TV Scout: the antenna scam to watch TV for free

In Spain we have a serious problem with “free” things, or those that apparently are. So much so, that even in order to take advantage of something for free we are willing to pay money. Thanks to this mentality there are scams that manage to succeed, such as the Fox…

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Spanish prime time is bleeding and nobody does anything

The autumn season has confirmed what is an open secret: Spaniards increasingly see less television in linear consumption. The reasons are many, from the insane schedules of the night slot to the increase of consumption on demand thanks to the increasing offer of OTT platforms. Although the tricks of the…

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What happened to the Jackass? Seventeen years of tragicomedy

What happened to Johnny Knoxville and company? It was the year 2000 when a series of television where episode after episode its protagonists were doubled of pain between laughs, they were thrown of roofs, they were electrocuted, they were thrown in carts, they jelly jelly by the body. Anything that…

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Peedu Ojamaa, the father of Soviet television commercials

The Estonian documentary ‘Kullaketrajad’ explains the functioning of the Soviet advertising industry and its great creator, Peedu Ojamaa, who won an award at the Cannes advertising festival. All industries were required to spend 1% of their advertising budget and the advertising agency that directed, the most important, was also required…

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Peedu Ojamaa, the father of Soviet television commercials

The Estonian documentary ‘Kullaketrajad’ explains the functioning of the Soviet advertising industry and its great creator, Peedu Ojamaa, who won an award at the Cannes advertising festival. All industries were required to spend 1% of their advertising budget and the advertising agency that directed, the most important, was also required…

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Peedu Ojamaa, the father of Soviet television commercials

The Estonian documentary ‘Kullaketrajad’ explains the functioning of the Soviet advertising industry and its great creator, Peedu Ojamaa, who won an award at the Cannes advertising festival. All industries were required to spend 1% of their advertising budget and the advertising agency that directed, the most important, was also required…

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