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Radio Ambulante: Spanish-Language Radio Program Showcases the Untold Stories of the Americas. 1 of 2

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Published on Feb 7, 2013

DemocracyNow.org - The new Spanish-language radio program "Radio Ambulante" gathers voices from around Latin America and the United States to showcase the untold human stories behind issues such as immigration and kidnappings. Using a network of journalists from around the Americas, the monthly program fills a gaping hole in the radio landscape for Spanish speakers. We're joined by Radio Ambulante executive producer Daniel Alarcón, the acclaimed author of the novel "Lost City Radio"; and by Annie Correal, a Radio Ambulante producer who tells her family's story of using radio to convey messages to her kidnapped father in Colombia.

Watch part 2 of this interview: http://youtu.be/3VygOVM4jGY

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