To give you an idea of how Cubans are informed, this is news report from Radio Reloj — Clock Radio — (the only news station whose slogan is the title of this post), for the August 9, 2011 at 11:00 am.
- Cuba, a health example to the world for its fight with dengue fever.
- Company suspends travel to Cuba after visiting the office of Foreign Assets Control, under pressure from American Congresswoman Ross-Lehtinen.
- A tribute to the Saiz Brothers Tribute in a documentary presented in San Juan y Martinez.
- Chavez finishes his first day of chemotherapy in Cuba. Today on the Roundtable program, he will be interviewed by José Vicente Rangel.
- International conference of librarians in Havana.
- Horn of Africa: Drought and humanitarian crisis.
- Celebrations for the end of International Youth Year.
- Cuba will send more than 30 representatives to the World Cup in Athletics. The volleyball team needs to win.
- Activities for the 500th anniversary of the founding of Baracoa.
- Demand in Guatemala for respect for the rights of indigenous peoples.
- Workers in the Flora and Fauna Company began a study of invertebrates in the limestone hills of Jumagua.
- Swimmer from Havana to Key West cancelled due to discomfort.
- More than 100 letters have been received in the international love letters contest in Sancti Spiritus.
- Chilean students propose plebiscite to overcome educational crisis.
- Success of “The Beehive,” a children’s theater in Granma province.
- Argentina struggles with unemployment.
- Information on road closures on the occasion of the carnival in Havana.
- Recognizing the transport company, CUPET-Matanzas.
- Mubarak and associates’ trial suspended due to violence.
- Circus Festival inaugurated in Havana.
- Obama optimistic in message to the nation despite the reduction in public spending and social programs.
- Urban and suburban agriculture in Artemis.
- Federation of Cuban Women in Mayabeque prepares to celebrate the 51st anniversary of the organization.
- Performance by the singer-songwriter Santiago Feliu in Granma.
- Ciego de Avila reservoir levels increase with the rains.
… And chirp chirp. This was not a hoax.
August 15 2011