scheduled meeting

A series of meetings on technology, communication, culture and community. A space for exchanging knowledge about audiovisual transmission, free technologies, community communication, etc.

Team: Géssica Arjona, Kako Guirado, Maurício Schneider, Max Huszar e Ulli Nalin.

@gessicaarjona @mausch8 @maxhuszar @tatuvagem

scheduled meeting #04

11/25/2020

We will talk to Anápuáka Muniz Tupinambá, founder of the first indigenous radio in Brasil. He is a communicator, entrepreneur, indigenous digital culture and indigenous ethnomedia in Brazil, Tecno-Shamanista, Indigenous Organic and Virtual Artist, CEO, Executive Producer of Rádio Yandê (indigenous web radio), Casa Yandê, Contemporary Indigenous Music Award, Yby Festival, Maker Indigenous, specialist in HyperMuseums, Business RedSkin Money, RePangeia Indígena.

Yandê is our radio, made for “you” and “all of us”, as the saying goes, everything we do together gets better. It is with this concept that we work at Yandê Communication Group.

Rádio Yandê is educational and cultural. We aim to spread indigenous culture through traditional optics as we add the speed and reach of technology and the internet. Our need to encourage new “indigenous correspondents” in Brazil makes it possible for us to build a much stronger collaborative communication, compared to traditional radio and TV media.

We do believe that a convergence of media is possible, even in the most remote villages and indigenous communities, and that this is an important form of valorization and cultural maintenance.
Our programming grid has informative and educational programs that bring to the public a little of the indigenous reality of Brazil dismantling old stereotypes and prejudices caused by the lack of specialized information in non-indigenous media.
Rádio Yandê is a Free Media Point.

Yandê started streaming on November 11, 2013.
Our headquarters are in Rio de Janeiro but our communication network is national.

“Sponsored with resources from the International Aid Fund of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Goethe-Institut and other partners: www.goethe.de/hilfsfonds

EPISODES

scheduled meeting #04

We will talk to Anápuáka Muniz Tupinambá, founder of the country’s first indigenous radio. Rádio Yandê is a Free Media Point that started streaming on November 11, 2013.

scheduled meeting #03

Rádio Xakriabá 87.9 – Communication and Culture, launched on January 24, 2015. Youth plays a fundamental role on radio being responsible for carrying out most of the programming.

scheduled meeting #02

Virtual meeting with the community radio Heliópolis 87.5 FM. Sharing of experiences and exchange of knowledge.

scheduled meeting #01

OBS streaming program, possible software applicability and challenges of internet transmissions. Conversation between Aratan Brasil, Thomas Huszar and the Condô Cultural team.