January 15, 2014

About Our Networks

— David Satter visa rejection covered across international media: ReutersWashington PostIndex on CensorshipMashableCPJCNNForbes opinion piece. David Satter op-ed in the Wall Street JournalBroadcasting Board of Governors issues a statement; Hudson Institute issues a statement.

— Prague Post on the harassment of VOA and RFE/RL journalists in Ukraine.

Citations of BBG Networks

— UPI cites Voice of America reporting on anti-government protests in Bangkok.

— Celebrity Cafe cites VOA reporting on anti-gay bill in Nigeria.

In the foreign-language press:

— Elbashayer and Almatraqa published articles about Alhurra’s extensive coverage of the two-day referendum on a revised constitution in Egypt. Alhurra started airing special programming related to the referendum in the beginning of last week. The topics include the power of the military, human, women’s and Copts rights in addition to the role of Islamists. Alhurra is also focusing its coverage on the international monitoring and integrity of the referendum.

Of Interest

— Facebook to share user data with Yandex.

— Xinhua News Agency isn’t very successful on Twitter.

— Goodbye, net neutrality.

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