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Mandalit del Barco, Mario Murillo and Daniel Alarcón with Ricardo Corredor Cure

The radio and its possibilities

Cartagena 2012 , 
The tradition of narrative radio developed in the United States (particularly on public radio), which explores the spoken word’s potential and the possibility of developing this kind of story in Spanish-speaking America, using the new digital tools, will be the subject of conversation among Mandalit del Barco, National Public Radio correspondent in the US; Mario Murillo, head of Hofstra University’s Department of Radio, Television and Film; and Daniel Alarcón (author of, among others, El rey siempre está por encima del pueblo), selected by Bogotá39 as one of the best young Latin American novelists and executive producer of Radio Ambulante. They will talk to Ricardo Corredor Cure, executive director of the Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (New Ibero-American Journalism Foundation).
Co-organised with the Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano and Radio Ambulante with the support of the Fundación PROA and Tenaris Tubocaribe