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Luis Carlos Diaz

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From Venezuela. Blogger-Journalist-New Media Evangelist. Interested in Conflicts and Political studies. Now, I'm working with NGO's and social communities to join them on the Internet. My web (es) is called Peace Journalism. My new project is Gentedeapie.com

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1 November 2007

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Venezuela: Second Annual Blogstock

Venezuelan bloggers and other users of social networking software gathered in a remote location far from the capital for the 2nd annual Blogstock, not to hear lectures regarding the state...

27 May 2007

Venezuela: Bloggers Mobilize For and Against the End of Transmission of Radio Caracas Television.

Radio Caracas Television's (RCTV) broadcast license was not renewed by the Venezuelan government, which opened up two fronts within the Venezuelan blogosphere. Blogs were created with the sole purpose to...

4 April 2007

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Whiskey We've Got, But Where's the Meat?

Carnicería by Luis Carlos Diaz Venezuela is one of the principal oil-exporting countries of the world. However, petroleum is not edible and, lamentably, Venezuela's national food industry is not able...

26 January 2007

Chavez Plans to Revoke Station's Broadcast License in Venezuela

Los Amigos Invisibles con Patricia [at RCTV] by Alfredo Izaguirre F. Hugo Chavez, shortly after his re-election in December for a term of 6 more years of governance, announced that...

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