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    Thursday, May 31, 2007

    Venezuelan News on YouTube

    RCTV, the Venezuelan TV station shut down by Dictator President Hugo Chavez is now being broadcast on YouTube.
    Although the station is officially off the air, CNN's Harris Whitbeck said its news department continues to operate on reduced staffing, and the three daily hour-long installments of the newscast "El Observador" are uploaded onto YouTube by RCTV's Web department.

    In addition, RCTV's Colombia-based affiliate, Caracol, has agreed to transmit the evening installment of "El Observador" over its international signal. The program, which will run at midnight, could reach about 800,000 people in Venezuela.

    Although this is drastically reduced from RCTV's previous audience, its continued presence is a sign of hope for the staff.
    So, how long will it take for Chavez to block YouTube from his country, and how long will it take for Colombia to shut down Caracol?

    1 Comments:

    Anonymous USpace said...

    Very interesting, bad scene, Communists are either deluded or outright thieves.
    Chavez is truly a cockroach and an enemy of freedom...

    absurd thought -
    God of the Universe thinks
    don't argue with critics

    just steal their corporations
    put poor people out of work
    .

    10:24 PM  

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