New York Times Explores BBG Broadcasting in the "Age of Twitter"

The New York Times’ Mark Landler reports on the “significant strides” made and the ongoing challenges faced by BBG broadcasters as they adapt their traditional journalistic mission to the evolving technologies of the digital landscape.

The Times also highlights the Board’s plans to update broadcasts to Latin America and China, as well as the the significant audience increases among the BBG’s Middle East Broadcasting Networks, Alhurra and Radio Sawa. 

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