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25/11/20
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What do a sports newspaper, a quarry, an entity dedicated to the language, an art festival and a dairy cooperative have in common? They are Galician and they use a .gal domain. And there are already thousands!


In the new section that we launch with the new site you can meet some of the websites, with all the equipment, work and circumstances behind them. In some cases it will be a personal initiative, and in others a large business group, but they all have something that unites them: where they come from and the language they speak.

Silvia Carregal, from asnosas.gal, tells us how in the work to make women’s sports practice visible in Galicia they published such interesting things as reports on motherhood and conciliation for sportswomen.

María Obelleiro, from diarionos.gal, talks about the project of putting a printed newspaper on the street every day, covering an information space that many readers miss.

The people of urdime.gal unravel the complications of cultural production and distribution in the most complicated moments of the pandemic, and how digital tools help to replace face-to-face work.

Eliseu Mera, from a.gal, comments on his identification with a one-letter domain and all the language tools they launch on the web.

 

Stay tuned to read the news, and if you want us to talk about you, just get in touch. Remember that the domain is yours.

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