June 23, 2014

About Our Networks

— Gulf News mentions “crackdown” on RFE/RL in Azerbaijan.

— The Sacramento Bee discusses the impact of international broadcasting.

— Technical error in Cuba briefly lets Cubans freely access Radio/TV Marti and other blocked websites.

— The Miami Herald (Spanish-language) reports on the operations of Radio/TV Marti.

Citations of BBG Networks

— North Korea wants to “punish” VOA Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop for her interview with VOA. (YonhapInternational Business TimesThe Age)

— Bloomberg Businessweek quotes RFA interview with protester in China regarding government building a waste incineration plant.

— Washington Post cites VOA piece on Iraqi politics.

— Vice News uses RFE/RL video of residents fleeing Pakistan’s North Waziristan.

— Fox News cites VOA report that 219 Nigerian schoolgirls remain missing.

— RFE/RL Tajik story about University of Toronto student detained in Tajikistan cited in Toronto Metro News and London Free Press.

— UPI quotes VOA interview with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on the China-Vietnam dispute.

— Tibetan Review cites RFA reporting on the crackdown on press freedom in China.

Of Interest

— Egypt convicts Al Jazeera journalists, sentences them to 7 years in prison.

— Hiring challenges in the federal government.

— Mozilla, the New York Times, and Washington Post will collaborate on a community platform for news.

— AP style should adopt the oxford comma.

— Chinese media call Hong Kong vote “mincing ludicrousness.”

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