Guido Kaczka, a true storm pilot

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Guido Kaczka, a true storm pilot




21 10 20 SPOT Interview with Guido Kazcka TV Conductor Quarantine / Coronavirus Covid 19 in Argentina Barbijos Photo Germán García Adrasti - FTP CLARIN ADR_2954.JPG Z GAdrasti


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21 10 20 SPOT Interview with Guido Kazcka TV Conductor Quarantine / Coronavirus Covid 19 in Argentina Barbijos Photo Germán García Adrasti – FTP CLARIN ADR_2954.JPG Z GAdrasti


His program is El Trece’s workhorse. Welcome aboard He is the one who fights the competition in prime time and always keeps good numbers. At the head of the entertainment cycle (of which he is also a co-producer), Guido Kaczka, is by now almost a superhero of taxi drivers.

-What is the key to the good performance of the program?

-The most important thing for me is the meeting. And I want it to be as authentic and genuine as possible. That is why it seems to me that the games and the prizes are good, but they are an excuse to meet, especially in this moment that we are going through.

-Does your driving style go there?

-Yes, you build your style as time goes by. Over the years you learn and refine yourself. And where I feel most comfortable is in those encounters, when I let myself be carried away by intuition.

-Is there a style of conductor for each genre of program?

Not all drivers can do everything. In my case, there are a couple of things that work best for me. And I can’t do something that is done in another program, even if it works for another.

-In each broadcast many participants pass through the floor, did you sharpen your nose to detect stronger life stories?

-I believe in intuition a lot because I think that’s where the best things come out. Sometimes it’s scary, huh. But each person generates something, an emotion, and I do not decide it rationally. Like everything in life, relationships rule. And all the good that happens in the program has to do with the encounters.


Guido Kazcka (Photo: Germán García Adrasti)


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Guido Kazcka (Photo: Germán García Adrasti)


-You gave taxi drivers space and visibility, how did that idea come about?

-The taxi drivers, now also joined by nurses, are laborers like so many others who row it daily. Everything came up with the idea of ​​showing what there is, which is what we have left: to do something with what we have. And it seems to me that for that reason, it is quite representative of all.

-The program gives many prizes: from money to a zero kilometer car, but also sweets, supermarket carts, the idea is that nobody leaves empty-handed?

-There are important prizes and other more symbolic ones. And even if it seems like not, most people participate, because they want to play. Obviously, a prize is a great incentive, but the happiness of participating goes beyond the material, of playing for the sake of playing and chatting for a while. If you win, the better.

Kazcka admits that, on the street, many people who cross him, especially taxi drivers, make jokes and say things that move him. “I am not the savior of anything, I am a TV host who, added to the radio, brought me closer to the guy who is working like me. It is something that has to do with my essence. I was born in Moreno and grew up in Villa Luro. I’m a neighborhood guy who comes from a working family. ”

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-How much do you care about success and rating?

-As a producer and partner of the KZA production company, I care and the program has to work, so I’m attentive to this. But if your rating goes well, you pay less attention to it, it’s one more piece of information. It is not more important than the rest of the work. I want to do a cycle that is good and with which I feel comfortable doing it.


Guido Kazcka (Photo: Germán García Adrasti)


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Guido Kazcka (Photo: Germán García Adrasti)


Far were his beginnings as an actor when he was just a baby, in Gamesor. Today, installed as one of the most popular TV hosts, he has also alternated that role, for six years, on the radio, with Not all said by La 100.

-With so many hours between radio and television, driving and producing, do you have room for other things?

-I really like to work, I enjoy it. I’m not one of those who say long everything and put a garden. What’s more, my life is this. As a child, I never imagined everything I did afterwards. My dreams were shorter. I have more than I imagined or maybe I was not very ambitious. Today I make fewer plans and enjoy the present more.

-Maybe that’s maturity, right?

-Can be. I am 42 years old and for me real happiness is in doing, while doing whatever it takes. When someone recognizes me on the street, I feel that there is something familiar that is generated naturally. It must be the good part of my character.

– Doing radio and television simultaneously makes that be enhanced?

-Can be. TV is more effervescent, more massive and you have to go out and find whatever. On the radio there is another fidelity, a calmer rhythm. But I think that in both cases there is this of the encounter that I told you at the beginning, in each space in a different way.

-A few months ago, you had covid. How did you live that moment?

-I had a quiet time in terms of symptoms. But it is also very ugly, especially the isolation is difficult. That was the worst. We need so much contact that it is precisely what we cannot have. I believe that we still cannot fully estimate what this pandemic has generated.

-It’s hard to take distance while everything around changes and is affected by this situation, right?

-I think that, even if it goes well, you can’t feel good at all, the worry is there. Infected or not, we are all sick of this. That is why I think it is very important to take care of ourselves and be more supportive. Y entertainment, at this time, I think it is not to escape, on the contrary, it is to be able to connect and live well, What is the most important.

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