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This Master’s Degree in Sports Journalism responds to the needs that sports-related communication companies demand in order to incorporate into their work teams journalists with a professional profile in which a high level of writing, a proven criteria of informative assessment, initiative and competence in decision making stand out.
You will be able to take this Master’s Degree in classroom mode, at MARCA’s facilities, or online. In the face-to-face Master’s program, you will use the audiovisual facilities of Radio Marca, Marca.com, Marca and the USP-CEU Audiovisual Center.
The professors are journalists from MARCA and other print, radio and television media. You will be able to make a series of good contacts in the world of journalism, since the professors who teach this program will be in direct contact with you.
More than 70% of the teaching sessions are of a practical nature. You will edit newspapers, websites and blogs. You will work from the first day in radio and television studios as is done in a professional multimedia newsroom, tutored by the professors, active professionals in Sports Journalism.
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Erika Olivera De la Fuente (Santiago, January 4, 1976). Athlete, Olympic marathon runner, Business Administration Engineer and independent politician. Congresswoman for the 9th District, Santiago Metropolitan Region, terms 2022-2026 and 2018-2022.
Erika Olivera De la Fuente (Santiago, January 4, 1976). Athlete, Olympic marathon runner, Business Administration Engineer and independent politician. Deputy for the 9th District, Santiago Metropolitan Region, terms 2022-2026 and 2018-2022.
In August 2021 she ran for re-election for the 9th District, Metropolitan Region, period 2022-2026. In November she was elected as an independent, obtaining 13,807 votes, corresponding to 4.14% of the total valid votes.
In August 2017 she took on the challenge of representing the new 9th District, which includes the municipalities of Conchalí, Renca, Huechuraba, Cerro Navia, Quinta Normal, Lo Prado, Recoleta and Independencia, of the Metropolitan Region of Santiago, in the Chamber of Deputies, registering her candidacy as an Independent on the National Renewal Party List, with the slogan: “Corre Conmigo” (Run with me).
Since its constitution on March 1, 1919, Valencia F.C. has always had second and third teams, including youth teams, to nurture its first team. In those early days, when any club had a wide network of players, in the case of the big clubs their influence extended to other clubs in their surroundings, being the closest ones, in this case those of the city of Valencia and its surroundings, the ideal breeding ground for prestigious clubs such as the aforementioned, Levante F.C. and Gimnástico F.C.
The debut in National Category takes place during the 46/47 season with an excellent squad with players such as Antonio Puchades, Quiliano Gago, Vicente Pechuán, Antonio Fuertes, Francisco Mir or Tomás Pomar that is runner-up after C.D. Segarra, accessing the National Intermediate Phase where it is first of a total of eight participants and then to the Final Phase where it is again first of a total of six participants, a place that gives it the direct promotion to Second Division, its third in a row.
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In 2020 the process of re-founding the club began, however for legal and economic reasons the project was postponed to the beginning of 2022 which was finally re-founded as Liga Deportiva de Cuenca.
The Alejandro Serrano Aguilar Stadium, owned by the Sports Federation of Azuay, is the stadium where Deportivo Cuenca plays its home games. It has a capacity of 16,540 people and is located in the city of Cuenca, at Av. del Estadio and José Peralta. The stadium was inaugurated on March 3, 2010.
This stadium was inaugurated on November 3, 1945 with the name Estadio Municipal El Ejido, changing in 1971 to Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar in honor of Alejandro Serrano Aguilar, mayor of Cuenca and president of the club at that time. From 2015 to the present it is known by the commercial name Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar Banco del Austro. The Azucena team, despite the fact that it has a capacity of 16,540 people, has a capacity of 16,540.
The Azucena team despite having its own stadium as was the well-known Estadio Municipal de Cazhapata, property that was withdrawn by the municipality of the city, Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Cuenca always played its home matches at the Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar, in the Azuay capital with the exception of local second division matches.