About Our Networks
— As press freedom in Iraq declines, Reporters Without Borders notes that Alhurra TV crew was prevented from covering a protest in Karbala.
— Vietnamese blog Ba Sam advises readers on how to read articles on blocked websites like Radio Free Asia and Voice of America.
— Wall Street Journal praises proposed international broadcasting legislation.
— Washington Post on the death of Kenneth Tomlinson.
Citations of BBG Networks
— Foreign Policy piece on polio cites VOA interview with Saira Afzal Tarar, Pakistan’s national minister of health.
— Foreign Policy writes feature around RFE/RL video of prosecutor’s threat to Crimean Mejilis.
— Yonhap cites VOA and RFA reporting on DRPK-EU relations.
— Daily NK cites RFA reporting on food rations in North Korea.
— Yahoo News uses video from RFE/RL Iraqi Service of vote counting in Iraq.
— FANA News (Federation of Arab News Agencies) cites Radio Sawa reporting that U.S. may impose sanctions on individuals on both sides of South Sudan conflict, involvomg a ban on travel to the United States and the freezing of any assets under U.S. authority.
— Turkishny.com (popular diaspora news portal) picks up VOA coverage of launch of “Turkish Cuisine Tales,” a new cultural series from the American Turkish Association of Washington DC.
— Almejhar News (Jordanian news site) cites Radio Sawa report that Human Rights Watch criticized Lebanon for refusing entry to 40 Palestinians from Syria.
— Alnassr News (pan-Arab news portal) cites Radio Sawa’s report on the search operation for 11 crew members of a cargo vessel that sank after colliding with a container ship in waters near Hong Kong
— Checking the authenticity of digital images.
— A deep look at Russian and western media coverage of Odesa tragedy.
— Report: The American Journalist in the Digital Age
— Journalists targeted in eastern Ukraine.
— How to engage readers when you have dense content.