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08.10.03


WORLD SERVICE


bbcmundo.com strikes a deal with Spanish radio site


BBC World Service's Latin American site bbcmundo.com has signed a deal with the Spanish internet radio site radiocable.com to carry bbcmundo.com syndicated headlines, links to special features, regular columns and a live audio stream of BBC Latin American radio service.


Julia Zapata, Editor of bbcmundo.com, said: "We are delighted to have struck a deal with radiocable.com - a dynamic and enterprising website and winner of various journalism awards.


"This agreement will extend the outreach of our online content and enable visitors to radiocable.com to hear our programmes on-demand and link to news and current affairs analysis on our website."


Fernando Berlin, Director of radiocable.com, added: "It is an honour for radiocable.com to have come to this agreement with bbcmundo.com.


"This deal will give our visitors access to BBC information which is globally recognised for its credibility and editorial independence."


Notes to Editors


bbcmundo.com is the BBC World Service multimedia Internet offer for Latin America, updated 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


The site provides a wide range of information including international news and current affairs, world economy, science, technology, arts, entertainment, chat forums and the opportunity to learn English.


radiocable.com was one of the first Spanish radio and video sites to transmit exclusively via the internet and to be compatible with UMTS. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites


It offers news, analysis, leisure, culture and music, has secured exclusive interviews with many high-profile public figures and won various journalism and web awards.


BBC World Service broadcasts programmes around the world in 43 languages and is available on radio and online at www.bbcworldservice.com.


It has a global audience of 150 million listeners.



All the BBC's digital services are now available on Freeview, the new free-to-view digital terrestrial television service, as well as on satellite and cable.

Freeview offers the BBC's eight television channels, interactive services from BBCi, as well as 11 national BBC radio networks.


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