According to the source, the agency is the Cuban press media with the highest traffic for several months now ahead of the rest of the website in the Caribbean nation.
Prensa Latina has 40 correspondents in 39 countries and its world news service offers around 400 daily news items in six languages.
It also provides photos, news videos, radio reports, multimedia services and a series of 8 periodical journals on political, economic, cultural, sports and science and technology issues.
Besides, it has cooperation agreements with around one hundred news agencies, newspapers and communication organizations around the world.
According to the specialized report, another Cuban media outlet ranked among the top 10 is CubaDebate (sixth), after the site of Cuba’s telecommunications company (Etecsa), which came in fifth place.
The report highlights the eighth position reached by the Gob.cu domain, which groups governmental institutions and the advance achieved by sites dedicated to e-commerce.
The authors of the study indicated that their report shows that information technology became an even more essential part of people’s lives during the past year, with social networks, e-commerce and video games showing the highest growth.