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Latin America Media Project Update

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Latin America Media Project Update

Postby planeta » Wed Aug 04, 2004 9:46 am

News from the Latin America Media Project (LAMP)
>> viewtopic.php?t=220

The Latin America Media Project Update is compiled on a regular basis from member posts in topics elsewhere in this forum as well as our public suggestion box.

SUPPORT LAMP -- You can support this initiative by contracting the services from our members. Details
>> http://www.planeta.com/lamp.html
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Venezuela

Postby planeta » Mon Aug 16, 2004 9:17 am

VENEZUELA NEWS

Political referendum news can be googled
>> http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&q=Venezuela

Also, check out the Venezuela Newspapers
>> http://www.planeta.com/ecotravel/period ... tml#Venews

A top choice of English-language readers is VHeadline
>> http://www.vheadline.com/main.asp

TRAVEL/ENVIRONMENT

Dominic Hamilton reminds readers interested in finding out more about the great Mount Roraima to visit
>> http://www.thelostworld.org

Planeta Guide
>> http://www.planeta.com/venezuela.html

Venezuela Forum
>> viewtopic.php?t=28
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Brazil Dialogue

Postby planeta » Sat Aug 21, 2004 7:29 am

In September Planeta.com and BrazilMax.com co-host a private dialogue among experts working in Brazilian tourism and conservation. Participation is by invitation. Details
>> http://www.planeta.com/planeta/04/0408brazil.html

Topics to be discussed include the status of ecotourism and conservation in Brazil. We will ask the experts how to can improve the coverage of Brazil on our sites. Look for more news in the October LAMP Update.

REFERENCES

Brazil Guide
>> http://www.planeta.com/brazil.html

Brazil Links
>> http://www.planeta.com/ecotravel/south/ ... azil1.html

Brazil Forum
>> viewtopic.php?t=44
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LAB News

Postby planeta » Sat Sep 11, 2004 12:37 pm

As announced on Mexicanwave
>> http://www.mexicanwave.com

SPOTLIGHT ON LATIN AMERICA BUREAU

In October London-based Latin America Bureau (LAB) begins 10-week courses of Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese for students in London.

These are language classes with a difference: rather than learning how to discuss the weather or order a meal, tutors will teach grammar and conversation through theme-based classes focused on current affairs, and cultural and political developments in the region. Beginners & Intermediate courses start from the week of 4 October.

Details
>> http://www.latinamericabureau.org/?lid=25
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Ecoamericas

Postby planeta » Wed Sep 22, 2004 7:36 pm

SPOTLIGHT ON ECOAMERICAS

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Administrative Note

Postby planeta » Mon Nov 01, 2004 3:03 am

FYI -- The Latin America Media Project topic has now surpassed 1,000 views
>> viewtopic.php?t=220

The November-December newsletter will be published soon. LAMP members are asked to submit updates which will be included in the online bulletin.

Support for this work is welcome. Details online
>> http://www.planeta.com/lamp.html#supporters
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Latin America Media

Postby planeta » Sun Nov 14, 2004 8:09 am

Latin America Media
>> http://www.planeta.com/seminars/lam.html

This online seminar reviews how media coverage has evolved over the past ten years with a spotlight on how online coverage has blossomed.

This seminar is led by Planeta.com founder Ron Mader and can be conducted either in person or online. Instruction is tailored to small groups.

COST/DATES -- Dates and costs are negotiated according to your needs. Group rates are available.

OBJECTIVE -- Because the seminar is custom-tailored to match the interests of each individual group, specific objectives will need to be defined during pre-seminar preparation. Goals include introducing participants to mainstream and alternative sources of news. For advanced groups, we take an in-depth look at particular topics.

DISCUSSION -- We conduct private discussion via the Planeta Forum; real-time chats can be arranged online or via phone.

REGISTRATION -- For an application, send an email

REFERENCE

Latin America Media Seminar
>> http://www.planeta.com/seminars/lam.html

Planeta.com Seminar Index
>> http://www.planeta.com/seminars/index.html
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Business Mexico feature

Postby planeta » Tue Dec 14, 2004 6:04 pm

HEADLINES

Urban Ecotourism - Barbara Kastelein/Business Mexico

Urban ecotourism must bring tourism revenue to cities at the same time as it makes
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News - Preserving a language, safeguarding a culture

Postby planeta » Mon Jan 03, 2005 8:15 am

HEADLINES

Preserving a language, safeguarding a culture - Jonathan Clark/The Herald
http://www.el-universal.com.mx/pls/impr ... abla=miami

OAXACA -- Emiliana Cruz is a doctoral student in linguistics and linguistic anthropology at the University of Texas, where her research program is aimed at documenting, describing, and preserving the Chatino language. In doing so, she is at the same time documenting and preserving her indigenous culture.

"The primary force that motivates me in striving to keep the Chatino language alive is that the language is not just a verbal form of communication," she says, "but rather it is intimately connected with the cultural reality of the Chatino people and their complex history, dynamic cultural development, and diversity with all its own richness."
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LAMP - Administrative Note

Postby planeta » Wed Feb 16, 2005 4:52 pm

ADMINISTRATIVE NOTE -- We are revising the requirements for LAMP members and preparing a private chat on March 3rd. The topical focus will be "water" and how media covers Latin America water issues. It is a timely subject as Mexico hosts the 2006 World Water Forum.

REFERENCES

Water Forum
viewforum.php?f=38

Water Guide
http://www.planeta.com/ecotravel/resources/water.html
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LAMP Update: Water

Postby planeta » Thu Feb 24, 2005 5:11 am

LAMP Update
February 24, 2005
>> http://www.planeta.com/lamp.html
>> viewforum.php?f=62

REFERENCE -- The following are excerpts from the enewsletter from the Spanish-language Water Portal.
>> http://www.agua.org.mx

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HEADLINES - If a tribe fell in a forest

Postby planeta » Sun Mar 13, 2005 6:24 pm

If a tribe fell in a forest - Miguel Angel Cabodevilla and Nathan Horowitz

This piece is derived from five articles published in Ecuador by Miguel Angel Cabodevilla, which have been translated and condensed by Nathan Horowitz into the present form.
>> http://ifatribefellintheforest.blogspirit.com
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News - AOL may say adios to Latin America

Postby planeta » Sun Mar 27, 2005 6:38 am

AOL may say adios to Latin America - Scarlet Pruitt/The Standard
http://www.thestandard.com/internetnews/001131.php

America Online Latin America Inc. (AOLA) is quickly running out of funds and could soon cease operations or file for bankruptcy, it said in a regulatory filing Tuesday. The troubled Internet service provider only has enough cash to continue operations into the third-quarter of this year, and will not be able to obtain additional financing, it told the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
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Ecuador News - NEW TOPIC

Postby planeta » Wed Apr 20, 2005 2:37 pm

NEW TOPIC

Ecuador News
- Review of current news coverage
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Snapshot (May 13, 2005)

Postby planeta » Fri May 13, 2005 1:56 pm

Snapshot -- Latin America Media Project
>> viewforum.php?f=62

Latin America Media Project Update - 24,312 views

News/Noticias - 21 views

BrazilMax - 5040 views

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