February 28, 2014

About Our Networks

— Federal News Radio interviews Brian Conniff, President of the Middle East Broadcasting Networks.

— PRI’s The World interviews RFE/RL journalist Natalie Sedletska on rescuing and analyzing documents from Yanukovych’s residence. Also in Huffington PostForeign Policy.

— Karen Kornbluh nominated for Member, Broadcasting Board of Governors.

Citations of BBG Networks

— Daily Beast refers to RFE/RL video of concrete barriers being built in Sevastopol.

— Slate quotes RFE/RL interview with Alexandr Motyl on a potential Ukraine split.

— The Telegraph. cites RFE/RL on the east-west language mix that’s more complicated than it seems.

— NPR and Huffington Post cite VOA reporting on Ukraine.

— Council on Foreign Relations cites VOA reporting on a Boko Haram attack in Northern Nigeria, which killed 59 people.

— Arirang cites RFA report that World Food Program gave North Korea 3 million USD in emergency food aid.

— The Star cites VOA reporting that 6 Americans have booked trips to ski in North Korea.

— ThinkProgress cites RFA report on messages about smog being censored from Weibo .

— Tunisia Live quotes Radio Sawa interview with Ennahdha party leader Rached Ghannouchi.

Of Interest

— Global protests over Egypt’s detention of Al Jazeera journalists.

— Journalism cliches.

— Tor building anonymous messaging service.

— The world’s best unaltered photos.

— Russia bars Alexey Navalny from communicating with outside world.

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