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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Cadena Agramonte will be represented at Convention 2017 Radio and Television



Camagüey, Sep 5.- The provincial radio station Radio Cadena Agramonte will be represented in the Convention of 2017 Cuba Radio and Television and International Expo-Feria, scheduled from September 10 to 15, at the Palace of Conventions of Havana.

Among the nominated projects is the digital portal of the plant matrix www.cadenagramonte.cu, for the updating of content and its presence in cyberspace during 16 years of uninterrupted work.

In addition, the multimedia Radio Cadena Agramonte: 60 years in the heart of the village, a product that from an attractive design, with photos, texts and audios, collects moments of the 60 years of the Station, from its foundation in 1957, and is a tool of important historical value, heritage and educational materials.

In the stand dedicated to the Cuban Radio will also be presented, a multimedia exhibition of the work of the nine Camagüey´s municipal radio stations, and the provincial broadcaster, as well as programs that promote the music and local talent.

Yaima Liset Marquez Zaragoza, coordinator of the Digital Chain Agramonte, David Hernandez Almera, program director of the Municipal Radio station in Florida, and the journalist Miozotis Fabelo Pinares, with a proven track record in the journalistic profession, as a correspondent of Radio Rebelde in the province, will participate as delegates to the meeting.

The Convention of 2017 Cuba Radio and Television, convened by the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television (ICRT), looking between their motivations, encourage the exchange of ideas, the cooperation and marketing technologies and services associated with the media.

The pair of exhibitions, sales, and presentations, the event proposes to build a common area of interest, techniques and knowledge among the participants who work for radio and television program to the universe in the Greater one of the Antilles. (Liset Fernández Torres/Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Picture: A File)