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, martinoticias.com, the Martís are a one-of-a-kind service that brings unbiased, objective information to all Cubans.

Recent Highlights

Cuban activist participates in internet freedom conference live via mobile app from Cuba

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.

Cuba Internet Freedom Conference

The first ever Cuba Internet Freedom conference will be held on September 12-13 and is a part of Social Media Week Miami.

Radio Martí to air popular self-help program “Dra. Isabel”

The Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB) announced today that on Monday, July 11, Radio Martí will begin broadcasting the nationally recognized radio program “Dra. Isabel” hosted by Cuban-born psychologist and best-selling author Dr. Isabel Gomez-Bassols, known to listeners as “The Angel of the Radio.”

BBG networks provide timely news, analysis on Orlando attack

For many around the world, BBG networks are serving as the only source of accurate and unbiased coverage of Sunday’s terrorist attack in Orlando, piecing together stories on an incident that has sparked debate on a series of controversial issues such as terrorism, homosexuality, gun control and law enforcement surveillance.

Cuban government responds to water shortage after citizens call Radio Martí

Radio Martí has long been reporting on a drinkable water shortage that has affected residents in the town of Boca de Jaruco in Mayabeque Province, Cuba. Many listeners aired complaints about the situation to Martí and said they had been trying for weeks to get the government to resolve the problem. Radio Martí learned from one caller to its “Cuba al Dia” program that the government started providing potable water to affected residents due to the complaints that aired and because the residents sent a letter to government officials citing their concerns.

Awards

TV Martí wins Emmy Award

Suncoast Regional Emmy Award, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Suncoast Chapter (2015)

Television Martí has won an Emmy award for its informative production that examined the plight of Cubans trying to flee to the United States.

Emmy Awards By The National Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences Suncoast Chapter

2015 Suncoast Regional Emmy Award, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Suncoast Chapter (2015)

Television Martí has won an Emmy award for its informative production that examined the plight of Cubans trying to flee to the United States.

Emmy Nomination for Interview/Discussion

Emmy Nomination for Interview/Discussion, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Suncoast Chapter (2014)

At the 2014 Emmy Awards, Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB) was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Interview/Discussion.

Emmy Nomination for Interview/Discussion

Emmy Nomination for Interview/Discussion, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Suncoast Chapter (2014)

At the 2014 Emmy Awards, Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB) was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Interview/Discussion.

Emmy Nomination for Promotion and Commercials

Emmy Nomination for Promotion and Commercials, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Suncoast Chapter (2014)

At the 2014 Emmy Awards, Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB) was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Promotion and Commercials.

 

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