About Our Networks
— techPresident lists Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and Voice of America as sources for breaking news, live blogs and analysis out of Ukraine.
— VOA’s Steve Herman finalist for the Shorty Award for social media’s best journalist.
— Time for diplomacy. MSNBC interview with Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy, Rick Stengel.
— Internet, television or radio? EurasiaNet publishes a piece on the BBG’s media research data on Russia.
— To broadcast to Africa, you need to do it in the language of your target audience. VOA does.
— All Access Music Group on Karen Kornbluh nomination to the BBG.
— “The station also includes news reports from all over the globe and many different perspectives, from Voice of America to Vatican Radio to news from the Communist Party of China.”
— Clinton documents released include some on RFE/RL.
— Radio World on Relay, a new liveblogging tool developed by the BBG.
Citations of BBG Networks
— New York Times cites RFE/RL’s Tom Balmforth, uses RFE/RL photos in Ukraine reporting.
— Bloomberg Businessweek cites VOA report on China’s position on Ukraine.
— Quartz notes that reading RFE/RL history of Crimea can make you smarter.
— Mother Jones cites RFA reporting on problematic smog in China.
— How Iranian media are reporting on Ukraine. Iranian cites Radio Farda report.
— Yonhap cites VOA report that North Korea has imported $63 million and exported $11 million in defense equipment.
— Foreign Affairs cites RFE/RL reporting on constitutional protocol not being followed in Ukraine.
— CNBC puts VOA story on bitcoins in its Friday roundup.
— What you can learn about the Ukraine crisis from RT coverage.
— WaPo opens tech outpost in NYC.
— What has “gone wrong” with democracy?
— David Satter on Ukraine.
— The linguistics behind internet memes.