Effectiveness of TV Marti Questioned NPR's David Welna reports on TV Marti, the U.S. government-produced television channel broadcast into Cuba via transmitters based on airplanes flying near the communist island nation. Critics argue that the costly program is not effective, because the Cuban government constantly blocks the signal.
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NPR's David Welna reports on TV Marti, the U.S. government-produced television channel broadcast into Cuba via transmitters based on airplanes flying near the communist island nation. Critics argue that the costly program is not effective, because the Cuban government constantly blocks the signal.