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In the last years, local television has been seen as an emerging
industry linked to projects of audiovisual clustering. Through
interviews with some of the actors implied in these processes,
this article takes to pieces the discourse generated around the
capacity of local television to act as a driver of the audiovisual
industry; it cannot contribute to develop local audiovisual
clusters, which have grown without control because of the lack
of a national cluster policy for the audiovisual sector. The inactivity
of the regional government has generated problems such
as an excessive competence or a lack of coordination.http://www.cac.cat/pfw_files/cma/recerca/quaderns_cac/Q37_FdezQuijada_Alborch_EN.pdf

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