A spokesman for the new channel said: “Eighty per cent of our target audience will be anglophone. If we want pluralism in the field of international television news, we cannot ignore this. Our viewers will be opinion formers, journalists and people who travel a lot, and the language most common to them is English.”
- New directors of Instituto Cervantes in New York and Dublin “can’t speak English”
Javier Rioyo Jambrina and Rosa León will apparently struggle to make themselves understood to their target audience in their new jobs.
- Just because something isn’t forbidden doesn’t necessarily mean you have a right to it: Catalan UDI and international law redux
Something that’s been bothering me for a while: Every time a Brussels spokespoisson pops up and says that secession will leave
- Granada Central Studios
La Granada is a village of about 1,400 people. It’s best known for its satellite dish park, but there’s also a
- Taken by the gypsies
Interesting report in this morning’s Vanguardia: The man who in mid-November calls the police station of the Mossos d’Esquadra in Vic says
- Unesco: some mother languages are more equal than others
Which is why Davidson L Hepburn will be welcomed to Barcelona next week.