Translation of infotainment in Spanish:


infotainment, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɪnfoʊˈteɪnmənt/ /ˌɪnfə(ʊ)ˈteɪnm(ə)nt/


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    la información concebida como espectáculo
    infotainment masculine
    • Information and documentation, in the hand of corporate interests in TV-land, have become practices of the past, easily replaced by infotainment and broadcast excuses for advertising spots.
    • With the rise of the mass media, the very processes of cultural activity and conversation has been turned into commodity: current affairs, elite sport, soap operas, infotainment.
    • In consequence, elements of infotainment have entered news programming and viewers demand a faster pace and fewer ‘talking heads'.
    • Maybe they realized they were ignorant of the world they live in, partly because television networks have been steadily replacing international news coverage with infotainment and reality shows.
    • Call it infotainment, edutainment or entertainment, everything is available at the venue.
    • We've all complained about creeping infotainment, media concentration, the lack of serious investigative TV, the tabloid nature of the magazine shows and on and on.
    • When Americans begin to think of us as profit-making centers and vehicles for infotainment, they're not receptive to arguments about protecting free press.
    • We can't escape the ever-increasing waves of advertising, infotainment, fluff and mayhem that hit us at every turn.
    • In TV, we've seen the growth of infotainment formats blending entertainment and informational aspects of media consumption.
    • New lows may have been plumbed in infotainment or entertainment but they constituted commercial highs.
    • When pornography is commercialized as infotainment, it is bought and sold in the entertainment market on the Internet, proprietarily commoditized for its consumers.
    • It is, after all, the Internet - a heady mixture of commerce, education, infotainment, tricksters, agendas, games and entertainment.
    • A plethora of entertainment, infotainment, sports and news channels have gone on air in this period.
    • Located in the wine and beer section, for example, the screens might provide infotainment about things like grape types, the latest harvest, and wine specials on sale in the store.
    • These films would provide good quality Hollywood entertainment and infotainment.
    • Digitised content is all about infotainment - films, television, and media more generally.
    • This has resulted in the commercial news media offering more and more infotainment, with the aim of attracting and keeping an audience.
    • They renewed my hope that our profession has not sunk completely into a morass of infotainment journalism that serves to prop up corporate ownership and pop culture.
    • As you said, let's not idealize the history of American journalism, but there was a time, as some listeners pointed out, when news wasn't infotainment.
    • With society becoming increasingly depoliticised and infotainment consuming a greater slice of the news cake, even our desire for the truth is debatable.