Remarks as prepared We are gathered today to learn from you, the former members of the Broadcasting Board of Governors. It is also an occasion to honor the service of the four most recent departing members of the Board. We are grateful to you for Read more »
On July 29, 2010, the new governors of the Broadcasting Board of Governors will be sworn in by Vice President Joe Biden in a ceremony at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors will hold preliminary organizational meetings in Washington DC on July 29 and 30 and a formal meeting of the Board on July 30. The meetings will focus on organizational and predecisional discussions and, therefore, will not be open to the Read more »
On July 2nd and 9th, Alhurra Television took an in-depth look at religion in America through its critically acclaimed documentary series Americans. The two-part series on religion examines the country
June 12 marked the first anniversary of Iran
On May 29, Radio Farda launched a new live program that uses a mixture of satire and music to examine the cultural and social issues of the day. The program,
On June 21, the Heritage Foundation hosted an event titled “Perspectives on U.S. International Broadcasting” and BBG Governor Jeff Hirschberg gave remarks and participated in the discussion. Also in attendance were James Glassman, Founding Executive Director George W. Bush Institute; Ambassador Tom Korologos, Strategic Advisor Read more »
USIP and the Independent Television Service, in collaboration with Sesame Workshop and citizen journalists around the world, convened senior media makers, policymakers and powerful change agents who are key to the development of new ideas with the potential to reduce future conflict. The Broadcasting Board Read more »