January 21, 2014

About Our Networks

— Detention and brutal beating of two RFE/RL Ukrainian Service journalists covered by Washington PostMashableInterfaxRIA NovostiAFP. A statement from the BBG & RFE/RL.

— In editorial, Washington Post urges visa for David Satter.

— Radio Prague interviews RFE/RL President Kevin Klose (Part 1 of 3)

— The Guardian, in a story on malaria prevention in Nigeria, reviews a series of focus groups onVoice of America’s malaria prevention messages.

— All Access Music Group notes that budget bill authorized funding for the BBG.

— The village of Hastings-on-Hudson started their Monday watching a screening of Voice of America’s The King Legacy – Marching Forward.

Citations of BBG Networks

— Los Angeles Times quotes RFE/RL commentary on new protest laws in Ukraine.

— The Washington Post mentions Voice of America reporting as giving credibility to a Ugandan report on gay rights legislation.

— NPR cites VOA reporting that protesters in Thailand want to replace current government.

— Politico uses VOA reporting on the political unrest in Thailand.

— The Moscow Times quotes Voice of America interview with Nikolai Svanidze on David Satter visa refusal.

— The Chosun Ilbo cites Radio Free Asia reporting on management on North Korean businesses.

— UPI cites VOA reporting on new president of the Central African Republic.

— Tibetan Review cites RFA reporting on protest over detention of monks in Tibet.

Of Interest

— “Dear subscriber, you are registered as a participant in a mass disturbance.”

— Don’t believe everything you read in the news about China.

— Update from Congress: More funds for Internet freedom than ever before.

— Life as a female journalist.

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