The U.S. Agency for Global Media conducted an audit of the Office of Cuba Broadcasting.

WASHINGTON—Findings from an independent audit conducted by the U.S. Agency for Global Media on the Office of Cuba Broadcasting found that the OCB, which is charged with delivering objective news to Cuba, produced “bad journalism” and “ineffective propaganda.” The audit was ordered after broadcasts were delivered that contained anti-semitic remarks about billionaire philanthropist George Soros.

The five experts on the audit panel said the journalism at OCB, which features radio, TV and online, is one-sided, fails to provide context and crosses into strident advocacy for hard-line Cuban dissident causes.

To find out more, read the full story from Voice of America News.

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