On March 24, former Major League Baseball pitcher Orlando Hernández Pedroso, also known as “El Duque,” was a guest today on Radio Martí’s “El Revoltillo” (The Scramble). The groundbreaking new program brings traditional classified ads to the airways. This daily broadcast connects buyers and sellers […]
Oscar nominated actress and Emmy award winner Shohreh Aghdashloo appeared on stage at Voice of America headquarters in Washington this past Sunday in a special televised performance of the play An Iranian in Heaven. The Farsi language performance was broadcast to Iran live by satellite […]
Well-known Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez was one of 10 women to receive the 2011 International Women of Courage Award at an event hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton. Although the Cuban government would not allow Sanchez to travel to […]
Following the Dalai Lama’s announcement of his intention to hand over political leadership of the Tibetan government in exile to the next prime minister, both the Voice of America and Radio Free Asia have hosted live debates among Tibetan political candidates vying to be the […]
In a programming first, Radio and TV Martí broadcast live from the “Calle Ocho” Carnival on March 13 from the heart of “Little Havana” in Miami, a symbol of the Cuban exile community. A noteworthy highlight was giving festival goers the opportunity to send greetings […]
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Three-time Grammy Award winning gospel music duo Mary Mary appeared on VOA’s Border Crossings Thursday, telling host Larry London they “smiled so hard they had headaches” after performing at the White House in February. Mary Mary, made up of sisters Erica and Tina Campbell, told […]