Sunday, April 24, 2005

podcast #6, internet radio

podcast #6, internet radio

(link to the podcast)

program to record Internet radio on the Macintosh:

iRecordMusic

directories of Spanish internet radio sites:

www.multilingualbooks.com
www.publicradiofan.com

Spanish Internet Radio stations:

www.Radiobilingue.org
program recommended: Linea Abierta

www.columbia.co.cr
programs recommended: Salud para Todos, Charlemos, De Cara a la Realidad

www.imagen.com.mx
programs recommended: Qué tal Fernanda, Crónicas de Salud


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or email me at: learningspanish@gmail.com

16 Comments:

At 4/25/2005 8:13 PM, Anonymous Michael Layman said...

To record streams on a windows operating system I use Total Recorder, which can be found at http://www.HighCriteria.com

There is a free version, I use the pro version which is capable of scheduling streams to run on a schedule. All info is in the help section.

 
At 4/26/2005 6:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As far as I know there is vlc program (on various platforms) stream grabber/player (also scheduling is possible)

Jacek

 
At 4/28/2005 2:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

After some search I can say that the best for windows is Replay Radio application

Jacek

 
At 5/23/2005 10:59 AM, Blogger Jason said...

> 9. Using movies for learning Spanish

Referring to your comment above, I have plenty of DVD's with Spanish audio tracks that I can watch, and I would love to be able to use these are a fun resource for learning, but I don't seem t be getting anything out of them. Is there a trick to it, or do you have to be a certain level of fluency for this to be of any benefit?

 
At 7/05/2005 11:03 AM, Blogger Jake said...

A tip: you can easily make all of these address links in your blog. Just click the icon of the world with a link (when you are creating the post in blogger) and paste the URL. Easy! I think your users will appreciate it.

 
At 8/01/2005 3:37 PM, Blogger Vince said...

There is a pod cast that I found called "ABC News.com - Exclusiva". There are both English and Spanish versions of the podcast. It is basically a 2 minute rundown of current headlines. It's nice and short and the recordings are clear and not spoken extremely fast. I found it using iTunes and searched podcasts with the word "Spanish."

 
At 8/24/2005 4:00 PM, Blogger Mark said...

The BBC has lots of interesting written and audio content, both live and archived, at:

http://www.bbcmundo.com


Puerta del Sol is a bi-monthly audio magazine that is formatted as a radio program. It is rather expensive and is not for beginners. The great thing about it is that it comes with a printed transcription:

http://www.puerta-del-sol.com

 
At 9/16/2005 6:34 PM, Blogger Steve said...

Jason. This is what I do. Play the DVD with spanish subtitles. This will help if you have a pretty good vocabulary. Don´t stop the play to look up words. Let the actions guide your understanding. If your vocabulary won´t hack it then I believe you need to read more in order to build up the vocabulary. BTW sometimes the audio does not match the translation. In that case go to another movie.

 
At 5/16/2006 11:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

radio japan broadcasts in 22 languages including spanish.

http://www.nhk.or.jp/rj/index_e.html

transcripts of the radio program are also available in spanish.

 
At 1/31/2010 7:40 AM, Blogger Betty Online said...

I've been following RadioLingua podcasts for a couple of years now. Both coffee break spanish and show time Spanish are excellent and available for free from itunes. I've paid for the membership for ShowTime Spanish a think it is very worthwhile.

 
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At 5/22/2011 8:58 AM, Blogger Poor old student entrepreneur said...

It has to be RTVE - there is so much material and on a range of topics. There is a great piece of advice on using RTVE to pracice Spanish at http://www.topspanishtips.weebly.com

 
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Just to prove there are a lot of ways to learn Spanish aside from learning Spanish online.

 
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