So, you’ve been learning Spanish with Coffee Break Spanish, and perhaps you’ve been extending your knowledge with Show Time Spanish. Today we’re delighted to introduce a new show to help you build your vocabulary and develop your listening skills even further.

News Time Spanish is a new weekly show from the Radio Lingua Network aimed at intermediate to advanced learners of Spanish. Each week we’ll be bringing you stories from around the world in short reports, written especially for learners. We’ll be reporting on current affairs, sport, culture, technology and lots more, so News Time Spanish will be an excellent way to increase your Spanish vocabulary and build your range of expression.

The first season of News Time Spanish begins today, 17th May 2010 and you can listen to episode one on our site, or subscribe in iTunes, as usual. Each episode comes with a full transcript of the report, vocabulary and exercises, and there’s even a second version of the audio file which has been digitally slowed-down to help you understand the episode.

Find out more about News Time Spanish on the product page for the show.

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    9 replies to "Introducing News Time Spanish"

    • Janis

      What is the difference between cbs-podcast and sts-podcast?

      Thank you.

    • Mark

      @Janis, CBS is short for Coffee Break Spanish, our course aimed at beginners to intermediate learners – more information at http://coffeebreakspanish.com; STS is short for Show Time Spanish – our intermediate to advanced course – more information at http://showtimespanish.com. Hope this helps.

    • Liam O'Donovan

      I wish to improve my Spanish.

    • Brendan

      I really enjoy News Time Spanish. I listen to it while I’m running on my iPhone. It’s hard to find learning materials with a Spanish accent (rather than mexican, central American, etc). Please continue it in the fall.

      Brendan

    • Lisa

      Me encanta News Time Spanish, y espero que el programa siga en el otono.

    • Jane Wooten

      A mi también me encanta News Time Spanish. Lo escucho cuando doy un paseo con mi perro. Me da una oportunidad perfecta para practicar. Me gusta que News Time Spanish ofrece las noticias de todo el mundo hispanohablante — no sólo de España. Espero que ustedes lo continúen en el otoño. Soy una aficionada de todos los programas españoles de Radio Lingua.

    • Caroline Guiriec

      Me gusta muchisimo su podcast News Times Spanish. Espero que volvieron en septiembre para nuevos podcast. Aprendi español have mucho tiempo y me gusta muchísimo su manera de hablar, una buena articulación. Es muy fácil recordarme el español con ustedes.
      Gracias

    • MK Perez

      You need to screen people who post…see above from elortreat. Me alegro de que News Time Spanish ha empezado de nuevo.

      • radiolingua radiolingua

        We try not to moderate all posts as it would mean that many authentic posters would have to wait in order to see their messages. Sometimes spam slips through our filters, so apologies for that.

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