Some European countries admit that they can apply power cuts to get through the winter. Among those who contemplate blackouts, France, United Kingdom or Sweden. This is the first theme of ‘ART Europe Weekly‘, the informative program produced by Art which will be broadcast by EL PAÍS every Sunday. This week’s space is completed with two other topics: the recovery work of the Mar Menor to try to stop its degradation and a report on “Musicanimale”, where biodiversity becomes art. The news can be seen in its entirety in the video that is incorporated into this news item.
The space, co-financed by the European Union, comes thanks to the exclusive distribution agreement that the chain has signed with this newspaper and five other Europeans: le soir from Belgium, Gazeta Wyborcza from Poland, kathimerini from Greece, L’Internazionale from Italy and Telex from Hungary. With a very specific structure divided into three blocks, it is designed to be consumed on demand and on mobile devices. Each installment begins with a topical topic. A second report, something more timeless and with a more social tone, allows the viewer to get to know our European neighbors better in matters that are not usually placed on the front page of the daily news. And, to maintain the original essence of Art, the space closes with a third piece that grants culture an importance similar to that of political and social affairs, something practically unheard of in the press, radio or television media.
The journalists Marc Campdelacreu and Laura Ribes will be in charge of presenting the Spanish version of a program that is also recorded in English, French and German and that is subtitled in Italian, Polish, Greek and Hungarian.
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