Listen to Radio Liberada, from somewhere in Honduras, after the military coup
Listen to the transmission of Radio Liberada from somewhere in Honduras: http://220.127.116.11:8070/
Before and after the military coup in Honduras, Radio Liberada has been transmitting a live chronicle of what is happening in Honduras, its opposition, and the mobilizations by popular and indigenous organizations against the coup and for the undertaking of a new constitutional assembly. The radio is writing a new page in the free media movement in Central America.
Listen to the transmission: http://18.104.22.168:8070/
We are asking for free media collectives in the country and throughout the world to retransmit or mirror this transmission.
Mirrors: 1 2 3
Coverage in the Radio es lo de menos: http://www.radioeslodemenos.org/
Coverage from the Independent Media Center in Honduras: http://honduras.mediosindependientes.org
Minute by minute by Kaos en la Red: http://www.kaosenlared.net/noticia/secuestrado-presidente-ho...
Coverage and transmission by the Association of Radios and Participatory Programs of El Salvador (ARPAS): http://www.arpas.org.sv/
We know that they are shutting down free media in Honduras. This morning Radio Progreso , one of the oldest community radio stations of the continent has been closed by the military. Other community radio stations have decided to hide their equipment.
Electricity and telephone and internet communications have been interrupted by the coup members with the objective of blocking communications and maintaining an information siege.
And we are worried about the situation that friends from the network of community radio stations in the village of Lenca and Garifuna might find themselves in, along with the free media: COMUN , Revistazo, COFADEH and the rest of the collectives from the movement of independent and community media in Honduras.
From here our solidarity with the Honduran people in struggle and with the Honduran free media. We will break the information seige! Information is also mobilization! Free Media Center from Mexico City Take the media, be the media, make media!