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Major Update: New Dates Announced for Public Broadcasting License Competition in Mar del Plata

Alright folks, hold onto your hats because there’s some shuffling going down in the world of broadcasting in Mar del Plata. Let’s break it down for you.

Shake-up at ENACOM Headquarters

So, the folks over at the ENACOM (that’s the National Communications Entity, in case you’re not familiar) have been making moves. Following a decree back in January, they’ve been under temporary management for about 180 days. That’s like six months in regular people time.

What’s the Scoop?

Well, turns out they’re not just sitting around twiddling their thumbs during this ‘temporary management’ gig. Nope, they’re getting down to business, and part of that involves shaking up how things are done over there.

New Dates, New Opportunities

Here’s the juicy part: they’ve decided to tweak the timeline for a big competition. We’re talking about a public contest to snag a license for running a radio station in Mar del Plata. You know, that coastal gem in Buenos Aires province.


Mark Your Calendars

Originally, the window for tossing your hat into the ring was set for early March. But now, they’re pushing it back to early June. That gives potential players a bit more time to get their ducks in a row.

What’s Behind the Change?

So, why the switcheroo? Well, it seems like they’ve got their hands full with other tasks, like sorting through legal stuff and reorganizing how things operate internally. So, they figure, why not give themselves a bit more breathing room?

Wrapping It Up

There you have it, folks. The ENACOM’s got their plates full, but they’re keeping things moving. And if you’ve been eyeing that radio license opportunity, now’s your chance to get your game plan together. Keep your ears peeled for more updates as the situation unfolds.

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