Outlets Archives: Washington Post

January 9, 2015

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About Our Networks – Washington Post, CPJ, AP, Mediabistro FishbowlDC, and other news outlets recount Chinese intimidation campaign to suppress Radio Free Asia’s Uyghur coverage by jailing journalist’s family members. Citations of BBG Networks – Wall Street Journal cites RFA reporting on violent crackdown on Hmong Christians in Laos. – Washington Post Read more »

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January 5, 2014

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ABOUT OUR NETWORKS – The ‘broken window’ approach to international relations — Washington Post publishes op-ed by former RFE/RL president Jeff Gedmin – Journalists killed for dedication to the truth — Washington Post publishes a letter to the editor by former VOA deputy director Alan Read more »

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December 29, 2014

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About Our Networks – New York Times, Bloomberg, AP, Reuters, BBC and many other news outlets report on the raid of RFE/RL’s Radio Azadliq offices in Baku, Azerbaijan. – Newsweek reports that militant wanted in killing of VOA’s Mukarram Khan arrested in Charsadda. – Jolyon Naegele discusses working for VOA during the final years of communism Read more »

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December 23, 2014

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About Our Networks – CPJ recalls that Alhurra’s Bashar Fahmi remains missing in Syria. – Congressman Brad Sherman asks to double funding for VOA and Radio Free Asia broadcasting to North Korea, asks for screening of The Interview at the Capitol. Cited by The Hill, NewsMax. – Christian Science Monitor suggests Read more »

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December 19, 2014

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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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December 12, 2014

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About Our Networks – Radio World reports on the BBG’s partnership with Hub Accra, a Ghana-based tech incubator. – The Independent mentions the IBB’s support for Tor in repressive regimes as a way to access censored media. – Wall Street Journal questions the structure of U.S. international media. – Washington Read more »

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December 8, 2014

Khadija Ismayilova

About our Networks – Friday’s detention of Khadija Ismayilova covered in  New York Times,  USA Today, Foreign Policy, AP, France 24,  CPJ, Amnesty and others – Radioandmusic.com report on VOA-BBC collaboration to fight the spread of Ebola. Citations of BBG Networks – Washington Post cites RFA interview with Chinese petitioner about suicide attempt in protest of alleged Read more »

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November 28, 2014

VOA in Russia

About Our Networks – Pashto music legend and music producer for VOA’s Radio Deewa, Sardar Ali Takkar will perform at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. – Washington Post writes that Alhurra’s footage is the only public video evidence of the death of Miriam Carey, driver in 2013 car chase Read more »

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November 24, 2014

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About Our Networks – Washington Post columnist Joe Davidson writes about the BBG’s new contracting model. Citations of BBG Networks – The New York Times cites RFA interview with Uyghur student slapped with travel ban – The Frontier Post cites VOA interview with Pakistan’s foreign affairs adviser on Pak-US strategic and Read more »

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November 19, 2014

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About Our Networks – Washington Post piece about new WhatApp encryption notes that the group helping with developing the technology, Open Whisper Systems, is partially funded by Radio Free Asia. Citations of BBG Networks – New York Times cites RFA reporting on Uyghurs escaping detention from Thailand. – Reuters Read more »

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