The presence of Cuban radio programs on digital networks and platforms is growing, but even this option continues to be viewed with certain distrust. Why? Fear of the unknown, undervaluation of the scope that these media can have, and the audiences that consume the programs are unspecified.
One of the functions for which we must be grateful to various events is that their very name prevents some cultural milestones from languishing in the dust of oblivion, with the subsequent loss of such magnificent opportunities for better education of the new generations.
The Council of State approved the creation of the Institute of Information and Social Communication of Cuba as part of Decree-Law 41, published this August 24 in the Official Gazette of the Republic.