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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 flash drives, 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

On historic anniversary Martís filling information gap on crackdown

On the one-year anniversary of the historic July 11 protests in Cuba, in which Cubans took to the streets in unprecedented numbers to protest decades of oppression and demand basic freedoms, Radio and Televisión Martí are providing audiences on the island with uncensored and reliable information on the demonstrations and the subsequent — and ongoing — government crackdown. 

Martí web doc to examine Patria y Vida

The Office of Cuba Broadcasting is launching a second installment of its critically acclaimed web series “Subterraneo” (“Underground”), this time focusing on the song that took the island by storm and became a rallying cry for protestors in the historic July 11, 2021, demonstrations.

Martís urge protections for journalists covering Monday’s demonstrations

As the people of Cuba prepare to take to the streets on November 15, for another peaceful demonstration demanding change in Cuba, the Office of Cuba Broadcasting and it’s Marti platforms stand in solidarity with journalists across the Island and urge that they be allowed to report truthfully and objectively on any and all events as they occur.    

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

“In contrast to what happens on the island during official special broadcasts, [Radio Martí] first caught our attention because of the impartiality of the journalists that participated in this broadcast. …the entire broadcasting process was highly professional with the kind of impartiality of true journalism.”

Moises Leonardo from Havana

Commenting on Radio Martí’s coverage of 2016 U.S. election