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This chapter analyzes the laws that regulated Cuban broadcasting prior to the launching of television. Cuba’s pre-television laws reflected the ongoing negotiations that took place in the island’s public sphere regarding the institutionalization of a commercial broadcasting system instead of a public broadcasting system. Prior to the establishment of television in Cuba, the broadcasting laws that governed radio programming were the product of a balancing act between the public, the private sector, and the State, in which the laws tilted to the perceived needs of the citizenry. These laws also reveal how various views of broadcasting intersected with aspects associated...

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