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VozDiPovo-Online (Capevedean Creole (main usage) for Voice of the People) is a Capeverdean online newspaper that covers top stories from Cape Verde and is based in Aveiro, Portugal. It serves the Capeverdean community in Portugal and has articles written in Portuguese and Capeverdean Creole and rarely English. Its founder is Amílcar Tavares and is the current writer and editor-in chief.
A newspaper is a periodical publication containing written information about current events and is often typed in black ink with a white or gray background.
Aveiro is a city and a municipality in Portugal. In 2011, the population was 78,450, in an area of 197.58 square kilometres (76.29 sq mi): it is the second most populous city in the Centro Region of Portugal. Along with the neighbouring city of Ílhavo, Aveiro is part of an urban agglomeration that includes 120,000 inhabitants, making it one of the most important populated regions by density in the Centro Region, and primary centre of the Intermunicipal Community of Aveiro and Baixo Vouga. Administratively, the president of the municipal government is José Ribau Esteves, elected by coalition between the Social Democratic Party and the Democratic Social Centre, who governs the ten civil parishes.
The main topics includes stories from other Lusophony countries (even secondary), the CPLP, the remainder of Africa at continental level, world stories and some stories from other parts of the solar system. It also covers other topics including society, culture, economy and sports. The newspaper are divided into sections including Cape Verde, the Forum, National football (soccer) teams, Opinion Forms, GigaVoz and the Letter's Voice.
It is written with a newspaper blog, its writers includes Amilcar Aristides Monteiro, Edson Medina, Fernando Elísio Freire, José Maria Veiga, Lamanary Pina, Luís Carlos Silva and Onuana Varelis.
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Cape Verde is known internationally for morna, a form of folk music usually sung in the Cape Verdean Creole, accompanied by clarinet, violin, guitar and cavaquinho. Funaná, Coladeira, Batuque and Cabo love are other musical forms.
This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name is da Costa and the second or maternal family name is Cabral.
Brava Creole is the name given to the variant of Cape Verdean Creole spoken mainly in the Brava Island of Cape Verde. It belongs to the Sotavento Creoles branch. The speakers of this form of Capeverdean Creole are 8,000. One of the least spoken being seventh place and one of the firsts to have written literature, in which Eugénio Tavares wrote some of his poems.
For the Brazilian newspaper, see A Semana
Jornal Horizonte or O Horizonte is a weekly Cape Verdean newspaper that covers the top stories in the archipelago and local stories from each island. Expresso das Ilhas is located in the Cape Verdean capital city of Praia and is one of the most circulated newspapers and dailies in Cape Verde..
The Radiotelevisão Caboverdiana is Cape Verde's first radio and television station broadcasting local programs from Cape Verde, Portugal and Brazil as well as the rest of the world especially France. It is a publicly owned company and enterprise and is located in the Capeverdean capital city of Praia, in the southern part in the middle of Achada Santo António RTC also has a few buildings, it also has offices in São Vicente, Sal, São Filipe on Fogo Island and Assomada in Santa Catarina. The building size is very small, only like local affiliates in North America as well as Latin America, Australia and Europe. The radio building is in the south on Rua 13 de Janeiro and the television station is in the north. Its current president is José Emanuel Tavares Moreira/
O dialecto crioulo de Cabo Verde is a Capeverdean book published in 1957 by Baltasar Lopes da Silva. As the title was the spelling used after the 1945 Portuguese Orthography Agreement, its modern spelling is titled O Dialeto Crioulo de Cabo Verde.
Cape Verde or Cabo Verde, officially the Republic of Cabo Verde, is an island country spanning an archipelago of 10 volcanic islands in the central Atlantic Ocean. It forms part of the Macaronesia ecoregion, along with the Azores, Canary Islands, Madeira, and the Savage Isles. In ancient times these islands were referred to as "the Islands of the Blessed" or the "Fortunate Isles". Located 570 kilometres (350 mi) west of the Cape Verde Peninsula off the coast of Northwest Africa, the islands cover a combined area of slightly over 4,000 square kilometres (1,500 sq mi).
Teófilo Chantre is a Cape Verdean musician, first noted for his decades long collaboration with singer Cesaría Évora, and later for his own recordings.
This article is about the Media in Cape Verde including its telecommunications, television and radio.
The history of the cinema of Cape Verde dates back to the arrival of film-makers in Mindelo in the early twentieth-century. The first picture house was established in Mindelo around 1922, called Eden Park.
Yara dos Santos is a Cape Verdean writer.
The Literature of Cape Verde is among the most important in West Africa, it is the second richest in West Africa after Mali and modern day Mauritania. It is also the richest in the Lusophony portion of Africa. Most works are written in Portuguese, but there are also works in Capeveredean Creole, French and notably English.
Quintal da Música, abbreviation: 5tal da Música is a music pub located in the downtown area of Praia, the Plateau and is located at 70A Avenida Amílcar Cabral in the northern part of the center, across Rua António Pusich and south of Rua António Macedo. It is one of the most famous and most used pubs and music pubs in Cape Verde.
Manuel Ferreira was a Portuguese writer.
The Culture of the Island of Santiago, Cape Verde is the richest in the nation, with a range of customs and practices common in the islands,
The Culture of the Island of São Vicente, Cape Verde is the second richest in the nation, with a range of customs and practices common in the islands,
Carlos Filipe Fernandes da Silva Gonçalves is a Capeverdean journalist and an investigator, ex-director of the Portuguese station Rádio Comercial. Carlos Gonçalves has made interviews, conversations and meetings and found written documents by different authors, mainly those from the late 20th century on Cape Verdean Music.
Kap Verd Band or Kab Verd Band is a music history book published in 2006 by Cape Verdean journalist and investigator Carlos Filipe Gonçalves. It was published by the Institute of the National Historic Archives and has been distributed and marketed by the National Library Institute.
For the Brazilian regional newspaper, see A Nação