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

Board Meeting (post)

BBG Welcomes New Members, Examines IBB

With the announcement of three new members, the Broadcasting Board of Governors met on December 18 at its Washington, D.C. headquarters to examine in detail the function, structure and activities of the International Broadcasting Bureau. More

Our Neighborhood

Cairo Comes To Life On Alhurra TV

Alhurra Television's new series Our Neighborhood, takes an in-depth look at the communities in Cairo, which is home to more than 18 million people.  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

Ebola

Ebola Experts And Survivors Address VOA Town Hall

VOA’s weekly television show Straight Talk Africa was the forum for a town hall meeting on Ebola. A live studio audience and viewer participation via social media created a dynamic environment for a wide-ranging discussion focused on the Ebola crisis in western Africa. Read More

BBG Renews Contract With Private Station in Armenia; RFE/RL Armenian Service Still Off Public Radio

Washington, DC–August 1, 2007, The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) has renewed a contract to carry the programs of Radio Liberty’s Armenian language service on a private radio network based in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. The contract with AR Radio Intercontinental runs from August 15, […]

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Armenian Public Radio Refuses to Re-Sign Contract for Popular RFE/RL Programs

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) and its oversight agency, the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) expressed dismay at Armenian Public Radio’s rejection of a new contract to continue carrying programs of RFE/RL’s Armenian Service. RFE/RL Armenian programs have been aired on Armenian Public Radio […]

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Radio Free Asia Broadcasters Recognized

A story on lead poisoning in the villages of northwest China has earned Radio Free Asia (RFA) a bronze medal at the New York Festivals Radio Broadcasting Awards. Cantonese broadcasters Shiny Wo Tak Li and Nashi Ni won in the

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James K. Glassman Named Chairman of Broadcasting Board of Governors

Today, James K. Glassman was sworn in as the fourth chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which supervises all U.S. government-supported, non-military broadcasting. Glassman succeeds Kenneth Y. Tomlinson, who has served as chairman since 2002. Glassman is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise […]

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RFA And VOA Win Human Rights Press Awards

The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) has congratulated Radio Free Asia (RFA) and the Voice of America (VOA) on receiving all four prizes for Chinese-language broadcasting at the recent Human Rights Press Awards in Hong Kong. BBG Chairman Kenneth Y. Tomlinson said,

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Broadcasting Budget Strengthens Targeted Programming

The proposed fiscal year 2008 budget for U.S. international broadcasting calls for an overall increase of 3.8% from the anticipated fiscal year 2007 level that strengthens targeted programming to provide essential access to news and information to critical audiences. The budget proposal is also aimed […]

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Announcement Regarding BBG Chairman Kenneth Y. Tomlinson

Broadcasting Board of Governors Chairman Kenneth Y. Tomlinson has asked President Bush not to put his name in nomination for another term. Tomlinson said he serves at the pleasure of the President and plans to remain in office until his successor is confirmed. In a […]

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BBG Statement Regarding Closure of Affiliate in Azerbaijan

The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) expressed its dismay and concern at the sudden and forcible closure of Azerbaijan

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U.S. INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING TO GIVE ELECTION RESULTS IN 56 LANGUAGES

As voters go to the polls on November 7, U.S. international broadcasters are gearing up to provide detailed election coverage and analysis in 56 languages around the world. Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) Chairman Kenneth Y. Tomlinson said the U.S. midterm elections give the world […]

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VOA DIRECTOR APPOINTED

The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) is pleased to announce the appointment of Danforth W. Austin as the Director of the Voice of America (VOA). He will have the overall responsibility for the planning, organization, direction and policy application of all VOA broadcasting activities. Austin […]

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  • The Board

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