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A colleague, a young journalist, comes up to me and tells me that her boss told her that she should try harder, because she has few works published on the website. She told me that her sector does not generate much information, that this is the cause of her few publications.
Since October 1956, the magazine Mar y Pesca, one of the oldest in Cuba, works to raise the culture of the population around the marine world. His social commitment was consolidated at the beginning of the Triumph of the Revolution when Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz approached the team to carry out the project and asked to address in greater depth the Cuban reality about seamen.
The rescue and conservation of heritage is an issue that worries and occupies both matanceros and those who are not. To discuss and discuss the experiences and challenges of journalistic work related to the historical and cultural values of the Athens of Cuba, began on Wednesday the II Media Workshop to communicate the Heritage.
The UPEC in Matanzas recognized the media professionals who participated in the coverage during the passage of Irma by the outskirts of the province. The work of the workers of the journalistic staff and the programming of the radio and television, as well as the support staff were highlighted.
In a complex context, characterized, among other phenomena, by the fall of several professionals graduated from the journalism career at the University of Matanzas, the journalists of the province develop their assemblies prior to the tenth congress of the Union of Journalists of Cuba, which will be developed in 2018.
The work of mass media professionals in the province, before, during and after the scourge of Hurricane Irma has the recognition of the Yumurina population. After the event, the president of the Councils of State and Ministers of the Republic of Cuba and first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, Raul Castro Ruz, highlighted the immediacy of the media and its journalists. The six radio stations in the province of Matanzas kept the information accurate and timely during the hurricane’s scourge, even working still linked to recovery efforts in each territory.
More than 90 percent of the population can now enjoy the standard digital television signal. The territory benefits from the wide coverage of flat terrain that enables the insertion of transmitters, as is the case of the one located in loma de Jacán, more than 300 meters high.
Every November 6th, as flashes that pass pushed by daily emergencies, I come to mind Jorge Luis Valdés Rionda. “This year I’m going to go and see his mother, I’m going to take flowers to the grave, I’m going to write something, I’m going to remind people of the journalist that he was.” But the… Continue Reading »