Are there any groups of active Classical Latin users nowadays?

By active I mean they meet regularly and speak in classical Latin, or make some videos/vlogs/podcasts or present lectures.

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    For what value of 'Classical'? Pronunciation-wise, grammar-wise, vocabulary-wise, or all of the above? I do know there are a lot of active Latin users nowadays, though for practical reasons there is a lot of neo-Latin. You can probably find people at Vicipaedia.
    – Muke Tever
    Jun 5, 2012 at 12:47
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    I've meant pronunciation, since it is the most distinguishing feature (compared to Church Latin) Jun 5, 2012 at 12:47

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There are Nuntii Latini, of Radiophonia Finnica Generalis, who bring Latin news. I don't know whether they are still active, though. E.g., here on the arrest of Ratko Mladic: http://areena.yle.fi/radio/1278942

There is also the Bremen Latin news: http://www.radiobremen.de/nachrichten/latein/

EDIT: The French website mediterranees.net/latin_vivant.html has many links, including both of my above.


Thomas Bervoets, whom got me into classical Latin in the first place. I recommend listening to him the most:

The Finnish female Classical Latin news announcer of the Finnish Nuntii Latini: https://areena.yle.fi/audio/1-1931339

And the lady on YouTube video called "Classical Latin VS Vulgar Latin- What's the difference?" saying the Classical Latin sentence "Marcus patrī librum dat."

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