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GEA shows his concern for Diario Cultural’s disapearance from Radio Galega

09/05/2018

The Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais shows its concern about the imminent disappearance of the space Diario Cultural of the Radio Galega program and demand the continuity of the program from the Directorate of Radio Galega. It is a space, currently directed by Ana Romaní, it was one of the few gaps in the public radio programming in which the cultural activity of Galicia was attended daily.

After 28 years doing a public service, today the Diario Cultural sees its existence threatened in a Radio Galega that, in this restructuring, will also suppress the local news by forcing all content to pass through the control of the central newsroom.

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