U.S. Media Company Launches Website On Cuba News And Information

The McClatchy Company Launches Groundbreaking Cuba News Website

MIAMI  – U.S. Media Company, McClatchy has launched a new website on Cuba news and information one year after President Barack Obama’s historic announcement to normalize U.S relations with Cuba.

The McClatchy Company is launching, a website featuring aggregated news and information from numerous sources, comprising useful tips, advice, videos and social media posts from Cuba, the U.S. and around the world. is the most comprehensive website of its kind, focusing on Cuban arts, culture, travel, entertainment, useful tips and sports.  Its lively mix of news and information is aimed at those interested in better understanding the nation and its people — both on and off the island — as well as those contemplating visiting for personal enrichment, person-to-person exchanges and conducting business.

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Havana, Cuba
Havana, Cuba

“With so much interest in Cuba and a new opening after more than half a century, we need to provide our readers with information on one of the closest countries in our hemisphere,” said Nancy San Martin, managing editor of “This website will be the portal for all things Cuba.”’s Arts & Culture coverage will feature history, folklore and lifestyle along with details on the latest cultural events, concerts, art expos and other attractions.  Its Travel section will offer tips on best places to explore, where to stay and dine, transportation, beaches, historic sites, landmarks, cigar shops and much more. Business coverage includes investment opportunities, tips, information and more.  News, Sports and Opinion round the featured coverage on


In Cuba Today uses global sources to provide the latest news, videos and live social media posts. The site, powered by The McClatchy Company, offers breaking news, culture, sports, politics, analysis, special reports and how-to guides on business and travel.

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