Manual urgente para radialistas apasionados. Front Cover. José Ignacio López Vigil. José Ignacio López, – pages. MANUAL URGENTE PARA RADIALISTAS APASIONADAS Y APASIONADOS . A production of María and José Ignacio López Vigil, with the support of the Syd. José Ignacio Lopez Vigil is the author of Las mil y una historias de Radio Venceremos ( avg Manual urgente para radialistas apasionadas y apasionados.

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What does communication contribute to development? And other racialistas production centers offer excellent reporting and dramatization series, as well as informative material with a democratic perspective.

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When we were defending the challenge before the Tribunal, a businessman stood up and said: Protect Cultural Diversity We are witnessing an accelerated globalization process. Want to Read saving….

But we have to be realistic. Where does that accusation come from? We human beings are varied, the hills are different from the coasts, the coast is very different from the jungle; a variety of cultures, customs and beliefs coexists in our territory. Intense communication is achieved through a small radio. Some are musical, some militant and some mix music and militancy. This is the first challenge of a station with social responsibility: Particle or wave, spin to the right or spin to the left?

Isn’t the most meaningful definition of culture the act of making people aware of the greatness they possess? If some radiailstas we receive a radio-astronomic signal—extra-terrestrial communication—we would have no reason to automatically distrust its community intentions.


People trust in the words and images presented. And it’s even less true in the immense rural zones of our countries, in mid-size and small cities, where the FM band is barely used.

It’s not enough to have two isolated apasionasos on pornographic films or blood in children’s programs. The best path is to have a television channel or a radio station.

Community Radios: Freedom of Antenna!

Even more than a profession, community communication is a ,anual vocation. Radio stations that see themselves as an integral part of the community in urvente they participate. This commonly held concept represents an announced suicide. As the world gets bigger and more removed, as society gets more anonymous, the media offer more prestige. Defending Human Rights We need platforms and grandstands to expand democracy. Community radio is not defined by the power of the signal.

A theological presentation of major themes completes this unique reading adventure. And with so much accumulated value, announcers and journalists now not only speak in public, but also speak in the name of the public.

López Vigil, José Ignacio

If they did it to offend, in fact they have honored us. Appearing on radio or television dresses one in a uniform more noticeable than that of Cardinals and Colonels, gives one more appearance than the representative’s mansion or the ambassador’s limousine, because the screen and the microphone make one visible and audible to thousands, millions of people.


We need both types of radio: I frequently laughed and teared throughout my reading.

A power that is channeled, more or less organically, through the so-called social movements with ecological, gender, human rights, indigenous nationality, quality of life and consumer issues. The change now is that people also watch more television.

In Canada they are known as community radios. Then come to my station. What other social space convokes so many people and with such plurality?

A surprising graffiti appeared on a Quito street: A communication that is not conceived of as merely technical or distributional, but as a space for dialogue and interaction between subjects. When I’m invited to a training workshop, I usually travel with a radio that is not in the region’s station handbook.

We said that community radios are at the service of civil society. A scale of values. The scenes are too similar: The pirates and privateers are actually those who govern and distribute frequencies radialisyas political friends and functionaries who distribute them to the highest bidder.

If you had a diploma or a public post, you could rise socially.