For a few days this month, a letter to Pres. Bill Clinton roused some excitement among those interested in Radio and TV Martí. The June 24 missive from Christopher Coursen, acting chairman of the President's Advisory Board for Cuba Broadcasting (PAB), followed the release in June of a U.S. State Department audit detailing slipshod journalistic and management practices at Radio Martí. The report concerned many government officials who regulate the broadcaster, but Coursen was alone in his strong public reaction. He asked Clinton to fire Herminio San Roman, director of the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB), "immediately before further harm [to the station's... More >>>