Channel TV Maya starts broadcasting in Guatemala

With transmissions of half an hour three times a week, the Academy of Mayan Languages of Guatemala will begin operating the open television channel it owns in Guatemala.

Friday, April 25, 2008

"Our goal is to promote the Mayan, Garífuna, Xinca and Ladina cultures," said Channel TV Maya Director Rafael Morales. "Our transmissions will be bilingual. At the start we're going to transmit in Mayan languages with Spanish sub-titles."

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