Deputies debate about our radio

Radio information to guide the demands of citizens is vital if you want to achieve a real interaction with the community, said Deputy Miguel Limia , from Granma .

Guillermo Pavon , vice president of the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television in the radial area said they have set policies in order to transform that environment, and in accordance with the needs of the people.

He explained that he was given as part of the implementation of the Guidelines of the Economic and Social Policy of the Party and the Revolution, special emphasis on increasing opportunities for debate and participation on the events in each province, which have generated satisfaction in audience.

He said gaining more opportunities issues as the fight against crime and lawlessness, the epidemiological situation, and Internet access issues on which there were serious information gaps.

The efficient use of Information Technologies and Communications by broadcasters was another concern of parliamentarians.

Arlin Alberty , Guantanamo , believed to be further exploited the advantages offered by Internet in making more complete products , as well as platforms fundamental to bring the truth of Cuba to world social networks Facebook and Twitter.
Other aspects such as the quality of radio programming for all ages and training and increased professional community were also discussed by the Deputies.

Translated by: Daysi Olano

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