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Global outcry saves Latin news show broadcast from Finland
by Jari Tanner
The Associated Press Translate This Article
29 December 2017
On 29 December 2017 The Associated Press reported:
For nearly three decades, Finland's YLE radio has broadcast a weekly news program in Latin to a small group of committed listeners around the globe. With the audience numbering just 10,000 and people increasingly turning to the internet for content, Friday (29 December) was meant to be the end of the road for 'Nuntii Latini,' which means 'news in Latin.' But don't underestimate the passion of Latin aficionados -- more than 3,000 of them wrote in from around the globe, some in fluent Latin, encouraging the station to save the program.
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