Outlets Archives: Huffington Post

September 11, 2014

VOA reporter Daniel Schearf and video journalist Arash Arabasadi (with fixer Anna Pyatetska) interview Ukrainian man. Kyiv, Ukraine, March 25, 2014.

About Our Networks – “On 1 September, the home of Al-Hurra TV correspondent Maitham Al-Chibani in the city of Al-Diwaniya, south of Baghdad, was targeted for attack by unknown armed men.” – Reporters Without Borders – Alhurra reporter Zeyad Nihad Al-Zubaidi quoted by Huffington Post on the Read more »

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September 9, 2014

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About Our Networks – Talk Radio News mentions VOA’s new show, Cold War? – The U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy will hold a conversation about international broadcasting. Citations of BBG Networks – RFE/RL story about a female editor accused of promoting feminism carried by the Guardian and cited Read more »

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September 5, 2014

Yehia Kassem, Alhurra

About Our Networks – Washington Post speculates about VOA Moscow Bureau’s vehicle purchase. Citations of BBG Networks – WFTV uses VOA video in report on the spread of Ebola. – RFE/RL Belarusian Service cited by BBC for report on boy fined for ice-bucket challengingLukashenka. – Democratic Voice of Read more »

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August 21, 2014

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About Our Networks – Broadcasting & Cable reports that the BBG condemns the killing of James Foley. – International Business Times includes Alhurra’s Bashar Fahmi in list of reporters who remain missing in Syria. – How should Twitter handle graphic images? GigaOM, Politico, France 24, USA Today, International Business Times note that Radio Sawa Read more »

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August 13, 2014

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About Our Networks – Ekathimerini reports on the closure of VOA’s Greek Service. – Q: How did you get involved in political activism? A: It all goes back to my mother listening to Radio Free Europe all the time. – RFE/RL Iraq’s Petr Kubalek featured on Czech TV at Read more »

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August 8, 2014

Russian TV journalists reporting from an administration building are surrounded by policemen in Donetsk, Ukraine. Photo by Mark Krutov/ RFE/RL — in Donetsk, Ukraine.

About Our Networks – AllAfrica reports that Sudanese journalist - who works for VOA among other news outlets – was forced into hiding. – Greek Reporter comments on the upcoming closure of VOA’s Greek Service. – USC blog on a CCLP panel on international broadcasting to Africa. Citations of BBG Networks Read more »

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August 7, 2014

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About Our Networks – Michael McFaul suggests that Voice of America should be given more resources to counter Russian propaganda. – Freelance journalist in South Sudan - whose coverage included reports on state security issues for VOA – is in hiding. Citations of BBG Networks – Time cites RFA Read more »

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July 14, 2014

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About Our Broadcasters – The Washington Post writes about RFE/RL efforts to find the missing in Afghanistan. Citations of BBG Networks – Washington Post Columnist Anne Applebaum cites RFE/RL interview with Andrei Kuznetsov about seeking political asylum in Kiev. – The New York Times Blog Read more »

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June 27, 2014

Television ownership in Vietnamese households is extremely high.

About Our Broadcasters – The Huffington Post urges increased RFE/RL presence in Georgia. – Loudoun County pleased to be the subject of VOA Chinese report on median household incomes. – State-owned news agency in China tries to link RFA’s Open Technology Fund to Hong Kong’s Occupy Central movement. – Read more »

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June 5, 2014

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About Our Networks – Ukrainians watch the same TV and still don’t agree. New York Daily News covers the BBG’s research briefing on Ukraine. – Bloomberg Businessweek discusses Russia’s global media empire and distortion of news, mentions how the budget for U.S. international media is significantly smaller. Read more »

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