Iraq Gallup

In Iraq, TV Ubiquitous and Internet Use Rising

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 by the Broadcasting Board of Governors and Gallup. Read More

FY2016 Budget

BBG 2016 Budget Request Calls for Expansion in Key Markets and Technologies

The BBG is seeking $751.5 million to increase global engagement, move more aggressively into television and digital media, and support high priority audiences. Read More

Media Impact on Health

Media Impact on Health Behaviors Around the World

The BBG and Voice of America, in partnership with the USAID, held a panel discussion on the impact and value of communication in advancing the health of people globally. Read more

Khadija

Azerbaijan Doubles Journalist’s Jail Time

“The extension of her sentence can only be interpreted as an act of revenge by Azeri authorities against the country’s leading investigative reporter,” said Nenad Pejic, RFE/RL editor in chief and co-CEO.  Read More

Sirius and Martis

SiriusXM Satellite Radio to Carry Radio Martí Programs

Two popular Radio Martí programs will now be available on SiriusXM Satellite Radio, thanks to an agreement between the Office of Cuba Broadcasting and National Latino Broadcasting. The arrangement provides another way for audiences in Cuba to receive balanced and unbiased news.  Read More

 

Audience

U.S. International Media Attract Record Audience Of 215 Million

The BBG’s networks draw a record-high audience of 215 million people each week, according to a new report. This includes noteworthy increases in competitive media markets, on television and online. Read More

VOA Statement about Warning to Journalists in Cambodia

The Voice of America is concerned about a legal warning issued in connection with VOA coverage of the U.N.-backed tribunal in Cambodia that has been investigating atrocities committed by the former Khmer Rouge regime. On August 31, the Co-Investigating Judges at the U.N.-backed Cambodian tribunal […]

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BBG Insider: Journalism on the Front Lines of Libya

Read the latest BBG Insider, a monthly digest covering the latest developments in U.S. International Broadcasting. In this edition: BBG journalists in Tripoli, VOA on the drought in Somalia, RFE’s Esfandiari discusses Syria on the BBC, and more. Click here for the BBG Insider

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RFE Correspondent Acquitted In Kazakh Libel Case

Alima Abdirova, a correspondent for RFE’s Kazakh Service, Radio Azattyk, has been acquitted of libel. Abdirova was sued by the former director of a special-needs boarding school in the northwest city of Aqtobe after she alleged in a May report that children there were being […]

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Capitol File Magazine Talks with the BBG’s Dana Perino and Susan McCue

Capitol File Magazine published a profile of BBG Governors Dana Perino and Susan McCue in its Fall 2011 issue (“Open Agenda”). McCue and Perino each contributed an essay for the feature, about the governors’ June trip to Africa, the importance of U.S. international broadcasting, and […]

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TV Martí Interviews Pablo Milanés

In a first for TV Martí and an uncommon U.S. appearance, Pablo Milanés, a pillar of Cuban music for almost 50 years, spoke freely about his music, the bonds that exist between Cubans on and off the island, and his dissatisfaction with the Cuban government. […]

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Kazakhstan Tries RFE Correspondent In Libel Case

A verdict is due Wednesday in the trial of a correspondent for RFE’s Kazakh Service, Radio Azattyq, on charges of libel that carry the potential of hefty fines and a sentence of up to three years in prison. Alima Abdirova, who was denied a lawyer […]

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RFE’s Esfandiari Discusses Syria On BBC’s ‘World Have Your Say’

RFE Senior Correspondent Golnaz Esfandiari, who writes the influential Iran blog “Persian Letters,” joined two other bloggers to discuss international response to the deteriorating situation in Syria on the BBC World Service Television’s “World Have Your Say” program. Click here to watch a video from […]

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Broadcasting from the Front Lines: Libya

As rebel forces made their long-awaited assault Tripoli in late August, US international broadcasters also moved in to provide viewers, listeners and Internet visitors eyewitness reporting on the fall of Libya’s longtime ruler, Muammar Qaddafi. From the first protests in mid-February, Alhurra TV’s correspondents have […]

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VOA Social Media Project Asks: What

As Americans look back at how their lives have changed in the 10 years since 9/11, the Voice of America is inviting people from around the world to share the events that have most shaped their own lives. The project, called “What’s Your 9/11,” uses […]

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RFE’s Chalupa Co-Anchors Webchat On Media Freedom

On the heels of RFE’s recent participation in the U.S. State Department’s “TechCamp: Moldova” and “TechCamp: Vilnius”, RFE’s senior correspondent Irena Chalupa served as a guest and co-anchor for a U.S. State Department-sponsored worldwide webchat with civil society activists on July 14. The hour-long discussion […]

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  • The Board

    • Jeffrey Shell
    • Dr. Leon Aron
    • Matt Armstrong
    • Michael Kempner
    • John Forbes Kerry
    • Karen Kornbluh
    • Kenneth Weinstein
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