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Office of Cuba Broadcasting

The Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB) oversees Radio and Television Martí at its headquarters in Miami, Florida.  The Martís are a multimedia hub of news, information and analysis that provide the people of Cuba with interactive programs seven days a week through satellite television and shortwave and AM radio, as well as through emails, DVDs, and SMS text. Combined with the online platform, radiotelevisionmarti.com, the Martís are a one-of-a-kind service that brings unbiased, objective information to all Cubans.

Recent Press Releases

New partnership provides fact checking support to combat on Russian disinformation in Cuba

Radio and Television Martí and the Ukrainian fact-checking outlet, StopFake.org, today launched a joint project to counter Spanish-language Russian propaganda circulating in Cuba. 

Martí director decries detention of Cuban contributor

Office of Cuba Broadcasting Director, Sylvia Rosabal, condemned in the strongest terms the recent detention of Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet, host of Lawton Libre, a weekly radio program airing on Radio Martí that covers current events and human rights issues around the world and in Cuba.  

Excellence and commitment to press freedom honored at 21st Annual Burke Awards

Today, the U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM) celebrated its 21st annual David Burke Distinguished Journalism Awards ceremony. This year, for the first time, in addition to recognizing excellent reporting and coverage, the agency honored accomplishments made in providing broad, safe and secure access to that content.  

Recent Awards

Suncoast Regional Emmy® Award

Project: “Alas de Libertad” (2017)

Winner: Christina Sanson (Senior TV Projects Manager) & Alvaro Alba (Supervising Editor of Digital Media and Social Strategy)

Presented by: The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences – Suncoast Chapter Emmy Awards

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“I do not forget that thanks to Radio Martí, I could talk my countrymen, despite the technical attempts of the regime to stop it.”

Independent journalist Tania Quintero