By Fernando Buen Abad Dominguez - Ciudad CCS, May 25th 2012
Alo Presidente continues to be a milestone and a fundamental reference point in the world of media for liberation. Nobody would have imagined that a programme with such a format would have achieved so much.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez returned to his weekly talk show programme last night, after his cancer diagnosis in June last year caused it to be cancelled for over seven months. On the show Chavez argued that the claim brought by Exxon against Venezuela's PDVSA was "about imperialism".
On Thursday evening Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez hosted the first of what will be a series of special episodes of his weekly presidential talk show, "Hello, President." The focus of these episodes is the theory of socialist change, in contrast to the discussions of current events and exhibitions of government projects that are the usual themes of his Sunday afternoon broadcasts.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez invited participants from a right
wing conference taking place in Caracas, four times, to a live debate
on the show. After initially accepting, the right wing intellectuals refused
President Hugo Chavez's live Sunday TV show where he launches government initiatives,
analyses topical international and national issues, and talks with Venezuelans
around the country, is currently celebrating ten years of broadcasting with a
four day marathon show.