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STATEMENT: CES School celebrates a new edition of Radio Days

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STATEMENT: CES School celebrates a new edition of Radio Days

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Madrid, March 22

Students from the CES Higher School of Image, Sound and Technology have interviewed professionals from the audiovisual and music world such as Aitor Albizua, Angy Fernández, Tania Llasera and Marc Calderó

The CES Higher School of Image, Sound and Technology has held a new edition of Radio Days, an event in which for two days, students from the center have interviewed professionals from the audiovisual and music world. This year the guests were the presenters Aitor Albizua, Tania Llasera, Jordi Cruz, Marc Calderó and Verónica Sanz; the actress Paloma Bloyd, the singer Angy Fernández and the members of the group Mantra. Días de Radio is a live format with an audience that allows students of the Master in Transmedia Journalism: Radio, Television and Online to put their journalistic knowledge into practice and technicians and take care of all the necessary tasks to launch a broadcast that could be followed through the School's YouTube channel. This is a project with which, in addition, students can learn about the careers of renowned professionals of the sector and better understand how they have progressed in their careers and the keys to achieving success. The presenter of contests such as El Comodín de la 1 and Cifras y Letras on TVE, Aitor Albizua, has commented that "when you are on a live program "On television you face a real challenge, but that teaches you to be decisive. To a problem, a solution, because you have to think that there are 5 cameras in front of you and thousands of people watching you and the program must move forward." In that sense, he has recommended to the students, to connect with the public, "be natural, that is, have fun, because that is transmitted. You have to show yourself as you are, so that they see a real person on TV." For his part , singer Angy Fernández has spoken about the importance of taking care of mental health given the pressure that exists. "When you have success at a very young age, sometimes you don't know how to handle it and these are issues that come to light later," she explained. "We have seen it with people as famous as Miley Cyrus or Lady Gaga. In my case, making it visible through social networks I think has allowed people to be aware of the situation they are going through. They have thanked me because they affirm that they feel identified with my reflection and that is very gratifying."Radio Days has now accumulated more than twelve editions and has established itself as one of the most significant events for both students and teachers of the School, the largest audiovisual training center in Madrid, as well as for professionals in the sector.

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