For the past three decades, Radio and TV Marti has been transmitting newscasts and programmes in Spanish to Cuba.
Radio Marti was launched in the 1980s by the US government - produced in Miami but targeting an audience in Cuba as a counter to the state media there.
Those were the days of the Cold War and the US-funded network has been a staunch critic of the revolution that brought Fidel Castro to power and has been trying to depict the island's bitter foe - the US - in a more positive light.
But as Havana's relationship with Washington changes, the broadcaster is regrouping, trying to justify its existence financially - and to prove its relevance journalistically.
The Listening Post's Marcela Pizarro reports from Miami on the shifting US-Cuba narrative and the challenges facing Radio and TV Marti in proving it is not an outdated relic from the Cold War.
Source: Al Jazeera