Jul 16, 2012
Radio Ambulante tells stories from Latin America
The Nieman Journalism Lab profiles Radio Ambulante, a new, bimonthly Spanish-language show for radio and online that features narrative journalism from Latin America. The show has raised $46,000 via Kickstarter, and its producers hope it will be aired on stations in Latin America starting next year. “Latin America is a continent of narrators and storytellers, and for us it was obvious to put such oral tradition together with radio, and adding journalistic rigor to the mix,” says Daniel Alarcón, a writer and one of the show’s founders. You can hear Radio Ambulante’s first episode here.
Posted by Mike Janssen at 10:42 AM