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A double standard ARMANDO CHAGUACEDA | Ciudad de México | 8 de Mayo de 2017 – 14:18 CEST. Within the framework of the Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), a group of Cuban academics and former officials recently circulated a document protesting the LASA’S position regarding the wave of repression and political crisis […] Continue reading
The ‘Little Packet’, A Clandestine Rival For The ‘Weekly Packet’ 14ymedio, Luz Escobar, Havana, 5 May 2017 — Uncensored, fun and with many varied themes — this defines the producers of the paketito (little packet), a new compendium of audiovisual material that aims to fill the gaps left by the popular weekly packet. Unlike its […] Continue reading
Cuba a mix of corruption, impressive beauty, people By Amelia Rayno / Minneapolis Star Tribune The uniformed woman’s eyes narrowed as she looked me up and down, assessing. Seconds earlier, she had told me that the currency exchange was one floor up at the Havana airport. Now, after processing my poor Spanish, blond hair and […] Continue reading
Police Accuse Journalist Henry Constantin Of “Usurpation Of Legal Capacity” / 14ymedio 14ymedio, Havana, 17 March 2017 – Journalist Henry Constantin, director of La Hora de Cuba (Cuba Hour) magazine and regional vice president of the Inter American Press Association (IAPA), was formally charged Friday with the crime of “usurpation of legal capacity,” he told […] Continue reading
Cuba tries to reboot its creaky state news apparatus MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN Associated Press March 15, 2017 HAVANA (AP) — The Cuban government is trying to reboot its Soviet-era style news programming with a high-definition current affairs channel staffed by young journalists. The Caribe channel is starting slowly, with 3½ hours of offerings a night on […] Continue reading
Nauta Hogar: expensive, slow and bug-ridden Internet service JORGE ENRIQUE RODRÍGUEZ | La Habana | 8 de Marzo de 2017 – 08:51 CET. The Nauta Home project, implemented as a free pilot test starting in January by the telecommunications monopoly ETECSA, in an effort to get Internet service into homes, will begin to charge fees, […] Continue reading
Official Journalism in Cuba: Empty Nutshells February 14, 2017 By Vicente Morin Aguado HAVANA TIMES — On February 7th, the Cuban Communist Party’s (PCC) press published several articles about the reporting behavior of young people belonging to the government’s journalism sector. Before that, on January 20th, a comment made by Yeilen Delgado Calvo in Juventud […] Continue reading
Cuban households test free Internet access Euronews last updated: 30/12/2016 Some 2,000 Cuban households are getting to grips with free Internet access as part of a government-run pilot scheme in downtown Havana. Cuba has one of the lowest online connectivity rates in the world. Just five percent of its 11.2 million residents is estimated to […] Continue reading
Cuban Faces of 2016: Carlos Lechuga, Filmmaker (b. Havana, 1983) / 14ymedio 14ymedio, Havana, 24 December 2016 – Cuban Faces of 2016: The film Molasses (2013), director Carlos Lechuga’s debut, garnered much applause, but it was his second feature which placed him at the center of public attention. The film Santa and Andrés was excluded […] Continue reading
Google, the Phone Company and Censorship in Cuba / Mario Lleonart Young women connect from a cellphone in a newly enabled wifi zone in Cuba, where one hour’s connection cost the equivalent of two days’ pay. Mario Felix Lleonart, 14 December 2016 — Google recently signed an agreement with ETECSA, Cuba’s telecommunications monopoly, owned by […] Continue reading
In Cuba, online media pry open state grip on news October 27, 2016 Havana (AFP) – Abraham, Elaine and Jose are under 30, and they’ve pulled off the unthinkable in Cuba — they are producing online news, prying open the state’s half-century grip on the media. The Castro government created a crack in the Cuban […] Continue reading
Internet laggard Cuba plans to bring web to Havana homes by year-end Reuters October 25, 2016 HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuba, a few decades late to the internet era, plans to bring the web into some households in Havana by the end of the year, the Cuban News Agency (ACN) reported on Tuesday. Communist-ruled Cuba has […] Continue reading
Group: Cuban press makes strides despite controls WORLD by MICHAEL ASTOR, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Posted Sep 28, 2016 9:27 am PDT Last Updated Sep 28, 2016 at 10:00 am PDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – An independent press is emerging in Cuba despite a constitutional requirement that media be controlled by the one party communist state, […] Continue reading
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