Cuba: Why the island needs a new news agency

SANJIVANI, Cuba — It was the last day of the new year, and a new day was dawning in Cuba’s newsrooms.

It was a big day.

The newsrooms at three of the country’s main news sites were busy with announcements, with some employees scrambling to get a full day off, or even a short one, so that the sites could move on to the next morning’s news.

Cuba is the only country in Latin America where newsrooms are not owned by a private company.

Newsrooms are staffed by mostly university graduates who often do not have any direct ties to the country, or have never worked for the government.

They are paid a fixed rate, about $200 a month, for their work.

This year, a new Cuban news agency was created, called “Cuba News Society,” which was supposed to be an agency that would offer the same level of professionalism to the news as a major newspaper in the country.

But that was never going to happen.

The company is still in the initial stages of design and is still hiring staff.

But its mission is to create a Cuban news service that is both credible and sustainable.

The new agency has also been criticized for not having a public face, not being able to publish content from Cuban sources, and for not being transparent about its financial status.

But it is clear that the news agency is on track to fulfill its mission and will be able to deliver news of significance to Cubans and visitors.

For many Cubans, the news they get is not news at all, but what they see as news that is mostly controlled by the state.

And there are people who are dissatisfied with the state-controlled media, which has the ability to censor information and distort facts.

The Cubans are often critical of the media, but they also have their own opinions about it.

But for most Cubans the news is very important, and they are frustrated that they can’t get it.

The Cubans need a new agency that is independent of the government, that will be transparent about the costs and benefits, that can report the news the Cuban people want, and that can deliver news that the Cuban state and the United States do not want to see.

This is a very serious problem in Cuba.

We are not a country that is completely controlled by one government, and it is not the case that all of the news we get is state controlled, or that all the information is controlled.

There are some news organizations that are not controlled by anyone, but are run by independent journalists and producers who are all independent.

They report the truth, and the Cuban government does not censor anything, said Eduardo Sanchez, the president of Cuba’s main Cuban news site.

The country’s news is a big part of Cuban identity.

And it is the story that we hear from our parents and grandparents.

We don’t have news outlets like that.

There are some other Cuban news outlets, and these outlets are independent and have a clear mission.

But this is a different situation.

We have the Cuban News Society, which will be independent, and this is going to be a different approach to our news media, Sanchez said.

This country is in a very difficult situation.

We have a lot of problems, but our most important problem is the lack of independent news media.

I am convinced that if there was a new media center in Cuba that was a part of a Cuban government, there would be a lot more support and a lot better coverage of this country.