[Wikimedia-l] Wiki goes to radio: Möebius at Ibero 90.9

Daniel Mietchen daniel.mietchen at googlemail.com
Fri May 31 23:46:26 UTC 2013

Hi Iván,

that's an interesting concept - looking forward to listening to the recordings.

Do you envision that collaboration to broaden a bit over time? For
instance, there does not seem to be any mention of Creative Commons on
their site, or their trained voices might help in getting some more
Wikipedia articles spoken in Spanish, or they might have a sound
archive (or contacts to one), which could then be asked about
releasing materials under Wikimedia-compatible licenses.



On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 6:32 PM, Ivan Martínez <galaver at gmail.com> wrote:
> {{Crossposting}}
> Dear all,
> From June 8, Wikimedia Mexico will co-produce "Möebius" a weekly radio
> program in Ibero 90.9 FM [1], one of the trendsetter media in Mexico City. The
> creative concept of the program is to find two topics allegedly disconnected
> , but united by four or five Wikipedia articles, with a sound design that will
> reinforce the concept.
> It has been several months of planning the concept, which will serve to
> further spread our mission in Mexico, thanks our GLAM partnering with the
> Universidad Iberoamericana and their radio station, Ibero 90.9 FM.
> This program will be conducted by Almendra Hernández, Carmen Alcázar and me. We
> will upload the audios for those wishing to listen to them, so you can practice
> your Spanish :)
> Best regards.
> [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XHUIA-FM
> --
> *Atentamente:
> Iván Martínez
> Presidente
> Wikimedia México A.C.
> wikimedia.mx
> Imagina un mundo en donde cada persona del planeta pueda tener acceso libre
> a la suma total del conocimiento humano.
> Eso es lo que estamos haciendo <http://es.wikipedia.org>. *
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