Wednesday, January 30, 2013


Eight new school radios were authorized by the Federal Audiovisual Communication Services (AFSCA) to run in as many Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) in which there are already 155 such stations nationwide authorized.

Enabling school radios that meet pedagogical and institutional project, which includes at least 60% of its own production, was made under the provisions of the Law on Audiovisual C

 In this case, an agreement signed between the Ministry of National Education, the National Communications Commission (NCC) and the installation sets AFSCA education-community radios in 50 tertiary dictate related careers.

Under the agreement, the education portfolio equipped radios and monitors operations, the CNC controls installed antennas and security measures and facilitates AFSCA authorizations and training.
Were enabled radios in IES Makallé Fortin, Chaco Rodolfo Walsh Institute of Puerto Tirol, Chaco Dr. Rene Favaloro Tertiary Institute of JJ Castelli, Chaco and the Teacher Training Institute of Monte Caseros Carcano, Corrientes.

Also in the Teacher Training Institute of Ituzaingo Governor Virasoro, Corrientes, the IFD Country Gallo, Santiago del Estero, the Ecole Normale Superieure de Frias Republic of Ecuador, Santiago del Estero and the 6034 IES "Juan Carlos Davalos" of Metan, Skip.

The AFSCA explained that these eight new radios "are added to five other approved" and that so far "67 state-run secondary schools have an FM approved, while 75 other schools and got their permission outside these initiatives."

26,522 Law on Audiovisual Communication Services enabled to schools, colleges and tertiary audiences around the country to obtain a direct mechanism, an authorization to operate a radio.

Moreover, "to democratize communication and extended to new sectors approved the granting of three new licenses for social and community organizations, under the special regime provided for by Article 49 of the new law," the AFSCA

This is the 89.9 FM on August 30, Buenos Aires, the 104.9 La Paz, Córdoba, requested by Civil Radio Association Community farms, and 89.9 MHz of the Coot, Santa Fe, requested by Tanino Popular Library.

(Source : Grupo Radioescucha Argentino Blog) (Translated by Google Translator)

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