Announcers Circle dedicates Announcer Week to Franklin Mirabal, Joseph Cáceres and Marisol Pérez

Within the framework of the celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Círculo de Locutores Dominicanos (CLD), dedicates during all these days, “the Week of the Locutor” to Franklin Mirabal, Joseph Cáceres, Marisol Pérez Vda. Rivera.

Hilda Peguero, president of the CLD, stressed that this celebration will focus on the participation of the national board visiting affiliates such as San Juan de la Maguana, Cotuí, Boca Chica, San Pedro de Macorís, El Seibo and Santiago de los Caballeros, Puerto Plata, La Romana, La Vega, San Francisco de Macorís and with the traditional activities in Santo Domingo.

Announcer Week, which began with a mass, this Sunday will also feature a floral offering at the altar of the homeland, a conference with Manuel Mota-Castillo, Announcer and Psychiatrist in the USA, at the National Theater. This activity this Tuesday at 7:00 pm.

This Monday Ellis Pérez, Nobel Alfonso, Rubén Darío Aponte, Nieves Corniel, Ana Daisy Guerrero, Luis Cruz Jiminian, Elupina Almonte de Adora and the members of the board of directors, announced the different activities they will carry out.

About the recognized

Joseph Cáceres is an art chronicler, broadcaster and journalist, with more than 50 years of experience in communication, with his Arte Nacional program, which was not only a benchmark for the newspaper El Nacional, but was able to successfully extrapolate it to radio. and television, which also earned him the recognition of the Senate of the Republic.

Franklin Mirabal, also a chronicler and sports narrator, has also written 23 books, making him one of the most prolific sports writers in our country, with more than 35 years of experience as a broadcaster and journalist on radio and television and a sports editor for the Newspaper Today.

Marisol Pérez Vda. Rivera, who has the honor of directing the Prof. Otto Rivera National School of Broadcasting for more than 20 years, from which the largest number of renowned veteran broadcasters on national radio have graduated, as well as many excellent broadcasters of the new generation. .

The Day of the Dominican Announcer was instituted on April 2, 1974 by decree No. 4476 during the term of President Joaquín Balaguer, 2 years after the Dominican Announcers Circle was founded.