Please join the Broadcasting Board of Governors and Gallup as we present the latest media consumption and attitudinal findings from Iraq, including Iraqi Kurdistan. In addition to general media consumption information, speakers will discuss how media use among the Kurds differs from that of Iraqis overall.
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Washington, D.C. – Russian speakers in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania rank Kremlin-backed media as the least trustworthy among international, Russian Federation and domestic news sources, according to research presented by the Broadcasting Board of Governors yesterday. In addition, only those survey respondents who considered Russian-backed […]
The Broadcasting Board of Governors and Gallup will hold a research briefing on Russian-language media consumption in the Baltics and Moldova and will discuss what, if any, impact that media has.
“We cannot underestimate the influence that the Internet is having on the communities we’ve surveyed,” said Sonja Gloeckle, Director of Research for the BBG. “And while we see disparities in the amount of access to the Internet in the different countries researched, we are seeing similar behaviors and attitudes among those who go online.”
The Broadcasting Board of Governors and Gallup examine the latest research data on the attitudes, activities and behaviors of Internet users and non-users in Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe.
WASHINGTON – Vietnamese youth are increasingly turning to online news sources over state TV, according to data issued today by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and Gallup. When asked to name the three media outlets that are their most important sources of information, […]
WASHINGTON — Amid major political transitions and conflict, Iraq remains a market dominated by TV. This is despite the attention given to ISIL’s use of Internet and new media, according to new data issued today by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and Gallup. “Television […]
The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and Gallup invite you to attend a research briefing on media use in Pakistan.