1. Belcornejo

    Belcornejo Junior Member

    Mexico City
    Mexico, Spanish
    ¿How would you translate "locutor de radio"?
     
  2. charisma_classic

    charisma_classic Senior Member

    Tennessee
    English, U.S.A.
    There are many options:

    radio show host
    radio personality
    deejay (from disc jockey)
     
  3. Cubanboy

    Cubanboy Senior Member

    Cuba
    Spanish
    ¨Radio announcer¨
     
  4. charisma_classic

    charisma_classic Senior Member

    Tennessee
    English, U.S.A.
    Yes, that is also a good option!
     
  5. Belcornejo

    Belcornejo Junior Member

    Mexico City
    Mexico, Spanish
    Ok. Thanks!
     
  6. BlueAngelBlues

    BlueAngelBlues New Member

    Buenos Aires
    Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA- Spanish
    Tambien se lo llama "Talk Host Radio Broadcasting"
     
  7. ernest_

    ernest_ Senior Member

    Barcelona
    Catalan, Spain
    O también: Presenter.
     
  8. Julie_UM

    Julie_UM Senior Member

    Buenos Aires
    Argentina, Spanish
    Hi, people!
    "Locutionist" does not exist at all, right? I think I heard it somewhere....:confused:
     
  9. Lomedin

    Lomedin New Member

    Dublin
    Spanish
    As found on the net:

    "A locutionist is usually understood to be a person who receives messages without an accompanying external vision. Still, a locutionist often does experience an internal type of vision when receiving messages."

    Apparently, locutionists are the same as visionaries (in a religious sense) except for the difference described above. A visionary would receive a message (or locution) together with an apparition or vision, or a vision with no locution.
     
  10. jose david Junior Member

    Barranquilla
    Colombian Spanish
    Radio talk host
    Air personality
     

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