What is a podcast?
A podcast, or generically netcast, is an episodic series of digital audio or video files which a user can download and listen to. It is often available for subscription so that new episodes are automatically downloaded via web syndication to the user’s own local computer, mobile application, or portable media player. It is distinct from Internet radio, which involves streaming rather than downloading.
Faro de Lenguas Magazine.
That is a monthly radio show produced by
Faro de Lenguas to promote the Spanish language and its culture.
The user can learn Spanish with real teachers: Gisela Cabrera, Félix González y Francisco Martínez. They create a learning circuit to take advantage of the episodes through this blog and some complementary materials, such as the podcast transcriptions for subscribers.
Advantages to listen to our podcast.
It’s an immersion chance to develop the student’s listening skill. Thanks to the diversity of content in connection with the audience interests, the audience can take advantage of the show. For example, as well as the downloadable chapters, it’s possible to get the transcription and useful activities to teach or learn Spanish at Patreon community.
Another advantage is the subscription to our blog. We publish a post related to the podcast content we talk every month. So, the audience continues learning new input, while they are reading.
Sample of Faro de Lenguas Magazine.
Be our fan community!
You can support this podcast. Here you are some ideas:
- Subscribe to the podcast blog: http://www.farospanishpodcast.wordpress.com; be the first to receive the last news!
- Download iVoox app. It will allow you to subscribe to our podcast so that you could receive instant notifications every time that a new chapter is uploaded.