Well, this is huge news today.
The Interamerican Court of Human Rights today ordered the Venezuelan government to re-establish a frequency allotment for Radio Caracas Televisión, which was forced off air in 2007.
The ruling says that "the State must reestablish the concession for the frequency of electromagnetic spectrum corresponding to television channel 2 and must return the assets that were seized".
Since 2007, TVes has been broadcasting on the RCTV frequencies, after the network was pushed off air because the Chávez government wouldn't renew its concession for having a "coup-ist" attitude.
The Costa Rica-based court, part of the Organization of American States, also ordered economic reparations be paid to the owners of RCTV.
Here's one cartoonist's take on today's court ruling.