Come to the Party – Orinoco Tribune’s 1st Anniversary

Come and join us to celebrate Orinoco Tribune’s 1st Anniversary with a Facebook livestream from our Facebook Page.


On Sunday, November 24th at 4:00 pm (Caracas time) we will hold our party with our readers, followers and even haters (they are welcome if they behave). We want to celebrate the massive number of readers that have put us, in less than a year, side by side with historical venues for Venezuelan progressive information in English like, according to benchmark services.

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1.-We will update you about our recent work behind the curtain (design, moving to a new hosting service, speed, testing ads. And also about our projects for 2020.
2.-We will ask you about the things you like or dislike the most about Orinoco Tribune (categories, sections, sidebar options/tools, donation methods).
3.-We will let you know about how well (or badly) our donation campaign is going and the options we are evaluating to move us all ahead with this project.
4.-We will update you about current events in Venezuela and Latin America and will answer your particular questions on these topics.

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For our livestream 1 year birthday celebration, Jesus Rodriguez-Espinoza, the editor, will be on camera with the audience and in chat as much as possible and Elizabeth Ferrari, our co-editor, in chat and moderating, in order to give as many of our community members as possible a chance to participate.

We have created a Facebook event and we encourage you to join it because we are planing to update our followers on the event using that tool.

We hope to see you there and we thank you all for your support during the last 12 months.

See you there!