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The radio chronicle: between the professional routines and the informative quality

18th september 2006
11th january 2007

Abstract

The radio chronicle is a model of representation of the reality in whom a journalist, as witness, narrates and describes an event from an interpretative and individual perspective. It is a type of text that leaves certain margin to the expressive freedom of his author. This is the reason why it is not easy to offer recipes to elaborate it. Far from it, it would be interesting to aim what does not turn out to be correct. And this one is precisely the intention of this paper: to alert on the risks that should be born in mind at the moment of elaborating a chronicle for radio.

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