Radio Televisión Martí Watch live stream
Radio Televisión Martí difunde informaciones originadas dentro de Cuba y reports el acontecer noticioso mundial para todos los cubanos.
Like Radio Martí, TV Martí is part of the International Broadcasting Bureau. TV Marti broadcasts half-hour, early and late evening news from Miami-based low energy TV channel WGEN-LD, Virtual Digital Channel 8.1, along with other programs. The pay-TV platform DirecTV, which is pirated by many people in Cuba, also runs TV Martí.
In May 2013, the US Congress finally cut funding for Aero Martí, a lone aircraft that is still involved in TV Martí broadcasts. However, funding for the aircraft's maintenance and maintenance continues, and the aircraft remains in a warehouse in Cartersville, Georgia, ready for return to service if funding for its operations resumes.
The first transmissions of TV Martí took place in the early hours of the morning to avoid interference with Cuban domestic television programming. This combined with the Cuban blocking of the signal has led to low ratings for TV Martí in Cuba, where, according to a US official who was stationed in Havana in the station's early days, it is known as La TV que no se ve ("The TV that cannot be seen"). US government telephone polls in 1990, 2003, 2006, and 2008 reported a Cuban audience for TV Martí of less than one percent; the US government stopped polling after 2008, claiming that getting accurate Cuban domestic television viewership statistics was too difficult.