Teresa Fernández-Valdés and female-produced TV series in Spain. Cable Girls/Las chicas del cable as case study

  title={Teresa Fern{\'a}ndez-Vald{\'e}s and female-produced TV series in Spain. Cable Girls/Las chicas del cable as case study},
  author={Francisco J. L{\'o}pez Rodr{\'i}guez and Irene Raya Bravo},
  journal={Feminist Media Studies},
  pages={962 - 976}
ABSTRACT This article focuses on the producer Teresa Fernández-Valdés, co-founder of Bambú Producciones, and her contributions to female-created TV series in Spain. Considered as one of the most powerful women in world of television, her company has produced successful romantic melodramas set in historical periods such as Velvet or Gran hotel. We approach her career and TV series in order to clarify how industrial context affects the agency of women creators and the discourse on femininity… 

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