The Spanish language commercial television model has mostly followed and adapted American guidelines in its style, technique and content since its birth in the early 1950’s in Mexico and continuing through its expansion into the most important medium of communication in all Spanish-speaking countries. As such it displaced radio, along with public participation in programming, since television . . .

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