WASHINGTON—The United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM) leadership today has accepted the resignation of Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB) Director Tomás Regalado.
OCB Press Releases
Documentary filmmaker Eduardo Palmer donates to TV Marti rights to broadcast 30 of his documentaries focusing on Cuba.
Radio and TV Martí broadcasters will read chapters of the UN Declaration of Human Rights on-air and offer a hotline for citizens to denounce human rights abuses in Cuba.
BBG appoints veteran journalist Tomás P. Regalado as Director of the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB).
OCB's morning lineup now includes “Levántate Cuba” (“Wake Up, Cuba”), a news magazine show, providing Cubans with engaging and uncensored information on current events in Cuba, the U.S. and around the world, with segments dedicated to sports, health, culture, entertainment, and technology.
Cuban digital entrepreneurs and innovators, along with other local and international leaders, will meet in Miami on November 7–8, for the second annual Cuba Internet Freedom (CIF).
Cancio will manage and supervise news coverage and editorial policies for Radio Martí, TV Martí and Martinoticias.com.
January 18 marks Internet Freedom Day, and as part of this celebration the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB) will air the special Alan Gross: The Complete History.
Never before has a Cuban citizen been able to join, live, an event such as this that promotes freedom of expression and freedom of the internet, while in Cuba.
The first ever Cuba Internet Freedom conference will be held on September 12-13 and is a part of Social Media Week Miami.