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EBU Joins Condemnation of Jamming

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The European Broadcasting Union has joined the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and other international broadcasters in condemning the deliberate jamming of satellite signals across Europe and the Middle East. “Access to information is a universal human right and an essential component for democracy. We Read more »

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VOA Ethnomusicologist Leo Sarkisian Retires at 91, Leaves Lasting Legacy

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Leo Sarkisian, the creator of Music Time in Africa , VOA’s oldest English language music program, signed out of work for the last time Friday, ending a career that spanned more than half a century and took him to every country on the African continent. Read more »

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Media Highlights – September 27, 2012

Media Highlights – September 27, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Radio takes voice of Tibetans across the world – The Times of India, September 27, 2012 Radio stations like Radio Free Asia, Voice of America and Voice of Tibet, based in Norway, have dedicated Tibetan language Read more »

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Media Highlights – September 26, 2012

Media Highlights – September 26, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Who to follow on Twitter during UNGA week – Foreign Policy, September 25, 2012 @NabilabiSaab: Nabil Abi Saab, the U.N. correspondent for Al Hurra, the U.S. funded Arabic language satellite television broadcaster, reports in Arabic, but Read more »

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Media Highlights – September 24, 2012

Media Highlights – September 24, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Russia Moves to Broaden Definition of High Treason – New York Times, September 21, 2012 Earlier this week, the United States Agency for International Development announced that it would end its 20-year-old program in Russia at Read more »

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Media Highlights – September 21, 2012

Media Highlights – September 21, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Citizen journalist killed in Syria ‘Bermuda Triangle’ – AFP, September 20, 2012 RSF has previously condemned the killing of 10 professional media workers and 31 citizen journalists. On Thursday, it denounced the continued disappearance of two Read more »

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Media Highlights – September 20, 2012

Media Highlights – September 20, 2012 -View in Your Browser * View previous Media Highlights About Our Broadcasters Vicious circle of disappearing journalists – Reporters Without Borders, September 20, 2012 Two journalists working for US-funded Al-Hurra TV went missing in Aleppo exactly a month ago Read more »

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Media Highlights – September 19, 2012

Media Highlights – September 19, 2012 About Our Broadcasters  Bush: Suu Kyi’s Long Journey to Freedom - Wall Street Journal, September 18, 2012 Thanks to the U.S.-funded Radio Free Asia and the BBC, the people of Burma knew that they were not forgotten. Like the Cold War dissidents in Read more »

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Media Highlights – September 18, 2012

Media Highlights – September 18, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Keep on Tweetin’ – Foreign Policy, September 17, 2012 Michael McFaul, the U.S. ambassador in Moscow, can communicate directly with millions of Russians on social media. Anti-American media can’t block him out or distort what he’s Read more »

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