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September 10, 2004



Last night, wasting time and all, I put stirt.org in the URL box to see what comes up.

Full disclosure: I bought stirt.com back in 1999 (too bad that was the extent of my internet involvement before the boom - and crash), but haven't done a thing with it.

Anyhow, to my amazement, up comes a fancy site with Flash and a guy who says "Stirt," with a Mexican accent.

There's a whole other world out there, turns out.

Who'd of thunk it?

September 10, 2004 at 06:01 AM | Permalink


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por favor ayuda,busco oportunidad de trabajar en estacion de radio,tengo licencia de locutor, estoy desempleado,mas informacion en ,
lespuedo mandar un demo,vivo en jalisco.

Posted by: manuel jimenez | Oct 16, 2008 9:55:18 PM

Well, you´re right, this is a syndicate, but the national section, because there are sections in all of the country, we´re dedicated to help workers, any one that works in radio or tv, there's an other big syndicate, "an industry syndicate" SITATYR, see "www.sitatyr.org.mx", and they do the same we do, but only with Televisa, which is the biggest mexican producer an owns the most of the tv stations in this country, i work in Celaya, a little town in Guanajuato, and we are a section of STIRT. That is a relatively new page, and sections are trying to make their owns, check this other ones: www.stirtculiacan.galeon.com, www.stirtijuana.com, www.stirtxalapa.com.mx, in celaya we´ll launch ours soon.

The guy with mexican accent says "stirt, syndicate of workers in industry of radio and television",
something more or less.


Posted by: Daniel | Jul 4, 2008 1:48:19 PM

Stirt.org seems to be the website of a mexican broadcasting syndicate. The "Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Industria de la Radiodifusión".

Posted by: Diego | Sep 10, 2004 8:23:36 AM

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