Outlets Archives: Telegraph

May 18, 2015

TV Marti reporter Karen Caballero talking to reporters after being ejected from press conference by Cuban officials.

About Our Networks – Yonhap reports on new U.S. bill that calls for reforming U.S. international media. – The Hill publishes commentary on the need for effective reform of U.S. international media. – “The Voice of America is, literally and figuratively, as essential today as when Cold War presidents Read more »

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May 7, 2015


About Our Networks – NHK report on U.S. international media. (2015 translation of May 2014 report) – BBG Interim CEO and Director Andre Mendes discusses press freedom in São Tomé and Príncipe (in Portugese: video 1, video 2). –DigitalGov interviews BBG’s Will Sullivan on mobile app development. Citations of Read more »

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April 3, 2015

Female news anchor with photo of U.S. Capitol behind her

About Our Networks – New Yorker writes in detail about Ukrainian oligarch’s rant against RFE/RL journalist. – Reuters piece on reporting the Iran talks mentions Radio Farda. – USA Today piece on Iran deal mentions Iranians watching VOA. – “[U Win Pe] tried to find odd jobs to survive Read more »

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March 20, 2015

(left to right): VOA Director David Ensor, STA Host Shaka Ssali, Ambassador H.E. Bockari K. Stevens, Dr. Malonga Miatudila, Ebola survivors Dr. Rick Sacra and Ashoka Mukpo

About Our Networks – New York Times notes that hackers have attacked GreatFire.org, which is partially financed by RFA’s Open Technology Fund. – Radio Free Asia potluck broadcasts culinary news. Citations of BBG Networks – Daily News, Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Blaze use RFE/RL video from horrific scene of a woman beaten to Read more »

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March 12, 2015


About Our Networks – Radio World publishes commentary by BBG’s André Mendes about critical nature of agile, cost-effective operations. – Washington Post article about scandal at the BBC briefly mentions the scope of VOA. – The BBC plans a North Korea Service. The Telegraph mentions that this mimics VOA and Read more »

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February 24, 2015


Citations of BBG Networks – Guardian publishes — and Daily Mail cites — RFE/RL reporting on the Starbucks posters that outraged Armenians. – Novinite cites VOA report that Bulgaria is key battleground in US-Russia energy war. (Also cited across Bulgarian press) – The Telegraph cites RFA reporting in piece about 82-year-old writer Read more »

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February 23, 2015


About Our Networks – Government Executive reports on remarks by BBG CEO Andrew Lack. – AP piece about EU plan to counter Russian propaganda mentions past activities of VOA and RFE/RL. – Washington Post letter to the editor comments on press freedom situation in Ethiopia, mentions jamming of VOA Read more »

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February 13, 2015

(AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

About Our Networks – Columbia Journalism Review notes that VOA will be closing its Jerusalem bureau, with Cairo becoming the new regional hub. – RFE/RL use of Visme mentioned in Huffington Post. Citations of BBG Networks – Telegraph and Euronews use RFE/RL Ukrainian Service video of parliament fight. – The Guardian cites Read more »

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February 2, 2015

A Pakistani viewer looks at a television screen flashing suspension notice of GEO News channel in Islamabad, Pakistan, Friday, June 6, 2014. Pakistan's media regulatory agency on Friday suspended the operating license of the country's leading news channel for two weeks after a spat between the broadcaster and the country's powerful military. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)

About Our Networks – EurasiaNet on the media crackdown in Azerbaijan, RFE/RL’s closed bureau. – Newsweek speculates on the possibility of a closure of Radio/TV Marti in order to normalize Cuba relations. – DigitalGov publishes commentary by ODDI’s Randy Abramson on use of YouTube and Facebookvideo platforms. Citations Read more »

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December 19, 2014


About Our Networks – Boston Globe, Washington Post, and Cato Institute mention Radio/TV Marti in the context of new Cuba policy. – RFE/RL’s Brian Whitmore talks Russia on Monocle. (6:30) – RFE/RL Luke Johnson appears on the Bill Press Show. (1:39) – Radio World reports that Ambassador Karen Kornbluh will succeed Michael Meehan Read more »

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