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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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Media Highlights – September 17, 2012

Media Highlights – September 17, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Nobel laureate Suu Kyi visits US, milestone in her journey from prisoner to stateswoman – AP, September 17, 2012 She spends four days in Washington, where she will meet with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Read more »

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