Camagüey, Nov 20.- Radio Cadena Agramonte calls for participation in a new edition of the National Radio Program Contest Piel de Barro (Clay Skin), which promotes the presentation of works that recreate the historical and cultural values ??of a city close to its 510th anniversary.
According to the call to which this website had access, the contest stimulates research, study, knowledge, protection and dissemination of the rich heritage of Camagüey, and recognizes the talent and creativity of Cuban radio producers who take as pretext to personalities, events, places, legends and other elements of the city of Camagüey and its history.
The rules establish the participation of all radio producers in the nation, students of journalism or the Higher Institute of Art, who may present a program in each category if they wish, unpublished or not, with a duration of up to one hour.
The text specifies that the categories in competition are: dramatized program (unitary), informative program (any genre or format), varied program (any format), musical program (any format) and propaganda (any format).
“A copy of the corresponding script will be sent and a form specifying duration, topic covered, category in which the competition is taking place, names and surnames of the filming team, as well as email and contact telephone numbers.
The programs will be evaluated by a jury of prestigious professionals who will award a Prize for each category and any mentions they deem appropriate. The best work in the competition, without distinction of category or duration, will receive the Legend Grand Prize, consisting of a special diploma and work of art.”
The programs will be sent until January 5, 2024 to the email email@example.com , with a quality of 128 Kbps in mp3 format, and all those sent will become part of a file created for such purposes; while the winners will be broadcast on Radio Cadena Agramonte.
The call clarifies that the jury may declare any category void and its decisions will be final; Meanwhile, other details will be offered by telephone 32-29 72 90 during office hours from Monday to Friday.
Since the founding of the princely town almost 510 years ago, this Cuban region stands out for its substantial contributions to history and culture, and is a territory with a long and sustained radio tradition that will celebrate a century in January 2024. (Juan Mendoza Medina / Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: Archive of the Office of the Historian of the City of Camagüey)