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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Only they had seen and heard, and they had to be believed.

Thirdly, community radio programming is designed by the community, to improve social conditions and the quality of its cultural life. The media have become the clearing house and meeting place, an obligatory meeting place for all those who want to live in a civilized form.

The community and the radio producers gain experience, improve the quality of programs and equipment, incorporate new technologies, broaden the power of their signal, and imprint an aggressive business criteria on the radio project.

Who has apasionadoe power to separate the pure from the impure? Because the majority of community radios speak to mixed audiences, where there are also sectors of the middle class, students, professionals, small businesspeople, citizens with higher incomes but who are not part of the sectors of power. If we’ve gotten involved in this community work it’s because we want to contribute to our people’s development.

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The response is not really very complex: As Mariano Valderrama, a Peruvian communicator, noted astutely, “One thing is non-profit and another is non-productive. Pluralism of opinions within the media, and media pluralism within society, guarantee democracy and human intelligence itself.

The market has become a god. The community itself decides what its priorities and needs are in terms of information provision. There’s a need for a norm that gives incentives to national production in every country and lopea down the foreign cultural invasion.


No one elected them to be representatives, but there they are, smiling and accepted, filling the empty seat left by vgiil and union leaders, hierarchies and governors reduced in stature for having taken part in the easy booty of corruption.

What belongs to everyone cannot be put into the hands of a few. Democratic messages can travel on any waves. Haven’t you ever begun to watch radialistaw film and had the feeling you’d seen it before?

In Africa, rural radios. What do we concretely intend by giving citizens access to project their own words in public?

Community Radios: Freedom of Antenna!

It is a dispersed power that joins noble causes as the moment indicates. It is also not the best solution for the actors themselves, who have to go on stage whether they want to or not. Both humanists and opportunists are convinced that no leadership can be consolidated today without the mediation of the media. I think about prisoners at the Olmos prison in Buenos Aires. In fact, community radios are building the links for an interactive and responsible society that represents itself.

I prefer Chinese wisdom: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In so doing, it educates directors and producers, making a community radio out of what, perhaps, began as a micro-enterprise formed by some unemployed people, or as an apostolic dream in the head of some missionaries, or as an experiment by a group of dissatisfied youth.

It is clear that communications media were always in the middle of life. Charity begins at home, and radio does as well. This last one is radialietas resolved with a few local radio announcements saying when the campaign will begin and where parents should take their children. The conclusions put forward in the Declaration of Santiago oopez equally stimulating, especially the Action Plan from the seminar, which recognizes community media’s contribution to democracy.

Given this premise, the inverse is also concluded: They have association status, democratic operation and financing consistent with the fact that they are non-profit organizations. Everything continued as it was before.


In Europe they prefer to call themselves associative radios. And make sure that radilistas other side doesn’t. No communications medium has as much penetration as radio, reaching almost the entire Latin American and Caribbean population.

This article compiles extracts from the first and last chapters of his book, Manual urgente para radialistas apasionadospublished by the Group of Eight, Quito, Although it sounds like a tongue twister: What belongs to society should not be under the wing of the state or its bureaucracy. It pra a freedom that is for everyone or for no one, if we don’t want to live in Orwell’s Animal Farm, where all the animals were equal, but some were more equal than others.

What is termed the political scene has been built on that structure: 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. Thus, democratic gadialistas should reserve a quota of frequencies for community initiatives on both the AM and FM bands and on television channels and the new numerical bands.

To accompany loneliness and enliven company, to find out what is happening right away and put one’s own weighty problems aside for awhile; that is radio, like those all-terrain vehicles, for every situation. But they all exist together. If the radio stations, networks and production groups that make up the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters refer to themselves by a variety of names, then their practices and profiles are even ore varied.

Barthes said that language is used to think.