L’ús de les noves tecnologies de la informació i la comunicació per a la formació d’intèrprets dels mitjans de comunicació: una aproximació a les aules de la intervenció dels intèrprets a la televisió i a la ràdio

Pedro Castillo

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L’objectiu general d’aquest article consisteix a argumentar la manera de traslladar l’impacte de la revolució de les noves tecnologies de la informació i la comunicació (New Information and Communication Technologies, NICTs) sobre el treball dels intèrprets als mitjans de comunicació a les aules d’interpretació. Ens hem centrat en l’ús de programes d’edició de so i de vídeo per part dels intèrprets per produir fragments de notícies pregravades per a la interpretació de diàlegs en directe a la televisió i a la ràdio. El propòsit principal és doble: (1) reconèixer el potencial de les NICTs per a la formació d’intèrprets en un context pràctic i (2) construir un model pedagògic basat en la pràctica pionera d’alguns mitjans de comunicació com ara ARTE, l’empresa de difusió franco-alemanya, i RTVE, la televisió pública espanyola.

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formació d’intèrprets, interpretació als mitjans de comunicació, interpretació de diàlegs, NICTs

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