Havana, Cuba - The international postgraduate course, La Nueva Radio (The New Radio), was inaugurated this Monday at the headquarters of the International Institute of Journalism, José Martí in the Cuban capital, which until next November 14 hosts journalists and radio producers of the country and other nations.
The radio and the sound today, was the inaugural conference by the doctor of communication sciences, Ana Teresa Badía, president of the chair of the media at the center of studies of the Union of Journalists of Cuba, UPEC.
With the presence of professionals from Cuba and Colombia, the international course La Nueva Radio will deal with different aspects of the radio and the sound landscape in the search for good practices.
Experienced and recognized scholars, researchers and specialists of the Cuban radio and the chair, will also speak on Radio and Community, the radio edition in Internet times and the photography in the era of the media convergence.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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