The president of CAESCO, Miguel Otáñez, explained that “with this new informative product, CAESCO provokes a rupture in the concept and the way of communicating and transferring knowledge related to communication in the Dominican Republic, in terms of style, format and platform used”.
SANTO DOMINGO – The Center for Analysis and Study of Communication in the Dominican Republic (CAESCO) promotes research, debate and the professionalization of communication in the country through the first podcast specialized in the area, “CAESCO HABLA”.
The president of CAESCO, Miguel Otáñez, explained that “with this new informative product, CAESCO provokes a rupture in the concept and the way of communicating and transferring knowledge related to communication in the Dominican Republic, in terms of the style, format and platform it uses”.
“But it also sets an important precedent in the country, and that is that it becomes the first organization to build a whole digital ecosystem aimed at making professionals in the area grow before the value that communication has in their lives, the value it has for the development of society and the indisputable impact on organizations that establish their processes based on objectives and thus lead them,” added Otáñez.
About the online publication, the director of CAESCO’s Digital Communication Chapter, Maylin Dionicio, explained that each episode will have the intervention of specialists, teachers and various professionals of special relevance for their contributions, who can transfer and produce knowledge around the communication sciences.
“Those who are dedicated to communication in its different facets: from journalism, advertising, design, public relations, politics, public and private sector, are usually characterized by their ability to create content, however, until now they did not have a space in this format to discuss ideas, analyze situations and detect professional realities that can be improved and converted into new tools for other colleagues in the sector,” he said.
The podcast, which is already available on Spotify with a new episode every Tuesday, “is a space where conversations will be held to exchange knowledge and much professional growth,” adding that “it is an opportunity to answer questions with people passionate about communication,” said the director of the Visual Communication Chapter of CAESCO, Jennifer Tejeda.