August 8, 2012
Sarah Rainsford, BBC News
Change could be about to hit Cuban radio. After five decades, the government has done away with a blacklist of musicians and singers that had seen dozens of artists banned from the nation's airwaves.
The list was never officially published, but artists who abandoned the Communist-run island and spoke out against the 1959 revolution found themselves struck off radio playlists.
They included Celia Cruz and Havana-born pop-singer Gloria Estefan.