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Carlos Suasnavas

Contributor profile · 4 posts · joined 9 August 2009

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Carlos is an Ecuadorian businessman and a part-time blogger for about 3 years now. His blog “Sentado frente al mundo” was chosen as the Best Latin American Blog 2008.
He joined the Global Voices group because he thinks that in every citizen being there is a communicator in potence, and he is sure that alternative journalism is the future of information.

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23 December 2009

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Ecuador: Government Suspends Television Channel Teleamazonas

The Ecuadorian government took the television channel Teleamazonas off the air for 72 hours for spreading false information. Critics see this move as a threat to freedom of expression.

3 September 2009

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Ecuador: Sharing the Knowledge on BlogDay

To celebrate BlogDay 2009, bloggers in Ecuador organized a virtual event featuring national and international speakers, as a way to unite new and experienced bloggers across the country.

23 August 2009

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Ecuador: Continuing to Face the H1N1 Virus

With the number of deaths due to the H1N1 virus across the region reaching 1300, Ecuadorians provide their opinions on how the media is informing citizens, as well as a...

9 August 2009

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Ecuador: The Cry for Independence 200 Years Ago

Ecuador is celebrating the Bicentennial anniversary of their Cry for Independence from Spain and which helped inspire others from across the region to follow suit.

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