May 27, 2014

About Our Networks

— New York Times editorial about possible reforms to U.S. international media.

— NPR recalls how VOA and Radio Liberty were a window to freedom during the Cold War.

Citations of BBG Networks

— NPRForbesReason cite RFE/RL reporting on Ukraine.

— Wall Street Journal cites Radio Free Asia reporting on the conflict in Xinjiang.

— Washington Post uses photo from VOA’s Steve Herman in piece on Thai coup.

— McClatchy quotes VOA’s Vietnamese Service on China firing water canons at fisheries surveillance officers.

— International Business Times uses RFE/RL’s interview of U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan Richard Morningstar on human rights.

— Zambian Watchdog cites VOA reporting on presidential trial.

— Lao Dong (Vietnamese newspaper) picks up VOA Vietnamese Service special report on the South China Sea dispute.

Of Interest

— Libyan journalist Meftah Bouzid killed in Benghazi.

— Italian journalist Andrea Rocchelli killed in Ukraine.

— BBC increases shortwave to Thailand.

— The State Department tweets about terrorism.

— Turkish journalist fired following critical column on mining disaster.

— #TheAfricaWeWant

— Not clicking on links in the media highlights.

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