Washington, DC — Ninety-eight percent of Vietnamese households own a television, and nearly nine in 10 have a mobile phone in their household. These are among the findings issued today by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and Gallup from a nationally representative, face-to-face survey Read more »
On December 11, the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and Gallup will hold a research briefing on media use in Vietnam. The event will include a presentation of the key findings on media consumption habits, as well as a methodological overview and a review of historical media trends in Vietnam.
Washington, D.C. – In response to the release of Reporters Without Borders’ 2013 World Press Freedom Index, Radio Free Asia’s President Libby Liu said the survey’s findings show little signs of improvement in Asia with the exception of Burma. “Once again, North Korea, China, Vietnam, Read more »
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Despite its small size, VOA’s Vietnamese Service packs a big punch. The service’s website reached 2.2 million people in October. That’s 16 percent of Voice of America’s total online traffic, and an impressive feat for a staff of only 14 people who Read more »
Vietnamese-American singing sensation Viennie V says she was nervous Monday when she did an interview with Border Crossings’ host Larry London. The Los Angeles-based pop star performed two numbers, Remember Me and For You, from her new album For You. She also talked to Larry Read more »
Voice of America is the new on-line destination for Vietnamese speakers who want to learn American English. The Vietnamese edition of VOA’s popular goEnglish.me language learning program went online Tuesday, and it’s loaded with useful tools that make learning English fun, and easy. The program Read more »