This article is the result of research project to qualify for a Master's degree "La Peña Cultural: model citizen Internet radio" carried out during 2013 and 2014 for Universidad de Medellin. It explored the Internet radio as a platform with multimedia tools that could strengthen the formation of reflective citizenship through content of cultural promotion. Similarly, it identifies, from a tracking station in Colombia, how these tools -social networks, podcasts, chats, video channels and new ways to communicate- allow the active participation of citizens in their production. Rescuing the use of technologies that facilitate communication, such as Internet radio, to recognize and retrieve the value of their own cultural promotion of a state in order to form a reflective citizenship, it is the approach that was made from the ethnographic and applied research and is now presented in this article. It is the way in which citizens could converge in a medium to produce content that will strengthen their cultural identity or, if you will, their vision of the nation. It is a commitment to establish an alternative to the traditional models, a guide to the community interested in promoting a reflexive citizen of cultural heritage.
Álvarez-Moreno, M. A., & Vásquez-Carvajal, S. C. (2015). Radio y cultura: Una propuesta de radio ciudadana en Internet. Palabra Clave, 18(2), 475-498. https://doi.org/10.5294/pacla.2015.18.2.7, https://doi.org/10.5294/pacla.2015.18.2.7