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FEATURE8 July 2019

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Features Impact Latin America Media

In Cuba, where internet access is limited, an analogue approach to content distribution has flourished in response to a desire for information and access to culture. By Flamingo’s Ingrid Recio Jiménez

For decades, Cuba has remained under a strict blockade from the rest of the world. A combination of the state’s historical monopoly on broadcast, lax copyright laws and limited internet access has turned the country into an analogue ‘on-demand’ market. ...