Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Lingo Lingo Lingo

Live and on-demand Spanish language television webcasts are now transmitted at broadband speeds over the internet.  News, business and entertainment webcasts are available directly from Spain and the Americas.

To enjoy Spanish webcasts on your computer, you require a fast connection to the internet such as cable, ADSL, ISDN or a T1 line.   Software to view these webcasts is available free.


1 comment:

  1. Anonymous5:34 pm

    As far as learning a second language is concerned, can I put in a word for Esperanto?

    Although it is a living language, it helps language learning as well. Five schools in Britain have introduced this neutral international language, in order to test its propaedeutic values.

    The pilot project is being monitored by the University of Manchester, and the initial results are very encouraging. These can be seen at http://www.springboard2languages.org/Summary%20of%20evaluation,%20S2L%20Phase%201.pdf

    An interesting video can be seen at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8837438938991452670 and a glimpse of Esperanto at http://www.lernu.net