Radio Artemisa celebrates the World Radio Day

Artemisa, Cuba - Students from the Enrique Hart Dávalos special teaching school in the municipality of Artemisa congratulated the staff of workers of the provincial radio station, RadioArtemisa on  the World Radio Day.

Born in 1941, the radio station Radio Artemisa has broadcast from different parts of the city to keep informed the people of Artemisa and all the listeners who have joined us.

Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López


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