July 30, 2014

About Our Networks

— Government ExecutiveRadio World and Yonhap report on the House passage of legislation to reform international broadcasting.

— Open Whisper Systems – a project partially funded by RFA’s Open Technology Fund – releases an app that allows encrypted calling for iPhones.

Citations of BBG Networks

— Korea Times cites VOA and RFA reporting on emerging cultural exchange programs in North Korea.

— Business Insider cites RFE/RL report on efforts to brand certain governments “aggressor countries.”

— Yonhap cites RFA report on North Korea planning to send reporters to cover the Asian Games in South Korea.

— Global Voices uses VOA image in article about Chinese web analysis.

— UNPO cites RFA reporting on Uyghurs imprisoned after protesting death of a youth shot by Chinese security forces.

— The Diplomat cites VOA report on North Korea rare earth exports to China.

— In a piece on missing journalists in Iran, the Press Democrat cites VOA reporting on press freedom in the country.

— The Mirror cites VOA reporting on Ebola epidemic in West Africa.

Of Interest

— The British PR firms that are spinning stories for dictators.

— Rapping the news in Vietnam.

— Frontline examines the situation in Iraq.

— RT and lying to the public.

— Al Jazeera America’s Gaza coverage boosts ratings.

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