Storytelling Panel

BBG Hosts Panel on Storytelling in the Digital Age

Six award winning media executives, including Soledad O'Brien and Morgan Spurlock discussed engaging audiences in this standing room only event. More info

Nabila in Morocco

Alhurra’s Nabila Kilani Hosts a Week of Al Youm from the Heart of Morocco

Nabila Kilani, the co-host of Alhurra’s flagship program Al Youm, traveled back to her native Morocco to host a week’s worth of programs from the North African country. More

Hong Kong

VOA, RFA Evade Chinese Government Censors with Coverage of Hong Kong Protests

While the coverage of the Hong Kong protests by international broadcasters such as CNN and BBC are being blacked out in China, RFA and VOA continue to reach mainland audiences with unbiased news and information. More

Ebola

Providing Life Saving Information

Voice of America's extensive coverage and comprehensive resources are giving life saving information to communities affected by the Ebola epidemic. Read More

Gallup Women in Africa

Impact of Women’s Media Choices– BBG Research Findings on Seven African Countries

The BBG, together with Gallup, hosted a research briefing about women’s media consumption habits across seven African countries, and how those choices affect their lives.  More

Kurdish Partnership

VOA Partners with NRT TV in Iraqi Kurdistan

Voice of America’s Kurdish-language TV program is now airing on the regional NRT TV, one of the most popular channels in Iraqi Kurdistan.  More

Andres Ilves Named Radio Farda Director

Andres Ilves, a veteran broadcast journalist, has been named director of Radio Farda (www.radiofarda.com), a Persian-language service aimed at young listeners in Iran, the Broadcasting Board of Governors (www.bbg.gov) announced. Ilves, whose appointment is effective immediately, is currently the director of Radio Free Afghanistan, which […]

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U.S. International Broadcasters Participate in DRM Tests

U.S. international broadcasters are participating in tests of Digital Radio Mondiale (www.drm.org) broadcasts designed to provide potential listeners with improved shortwave and medium-wave (AM) reception. The Broadcasting Board of Governors (www.bbg.gov), which oversees all U.S. nonmilitary international broadcasting, said DRM planned to test broadcasts from […]

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U.S. International Broadcasters Spotlight Anti-Government Protests in Iran

Washington, D.C., June 13, 2003

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Testimony of Pedro Roig, Director, Office of Cuba Broadcasting, Before the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives

  Testimony of Pedro Roig Director Office of Cuba Broadcasting Before the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere Committee on International Relations U.S. House of Representatives June 11, 2003     Mr. Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee, I am Pedro Roig, Director of the Office […]

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BBG Chairman Kenneth Y. Tomlinson Testimony Before the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere,Committee on International Relations,U.S. House of Representatives

Kenneth Y. Tomlinson Chairman, Broadcasting Board of Governors Testimony Before the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere Committee on International Relations U.S. House of Representatives June 11, 2003             Mr. Chairman:  I want to thank you and your Committee for holding this hearing and giving us […]

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Radio Sawa Expands Coverage Inside Iraq

Radio Sawa, the Arabic-language music, news and information service, has increased the number of correspondents and the amount of news coverage inside Iraq as it marks the first-year anniversary of broadcasting information tailored specifically for Iraqis. Since the fall of Saddam Hussein

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China’s Control of News and Information May Have Worsened SARS Epidemic, Broadcasters Say

Washington, D.C. June 5, 2003 – China’s control of news and information prevented people from receiving information about SARS and may have worsened the epidemic, U.S. international broadcasters told a federal commission today. “To this day, China’s statistics remain dubious and not credible,” Jay Henderson, […]

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Opening Remarks on “Celebrating Our Diversity” Ceremony, May 28th, 2003, by Seth Cropsey, Director, International Broadcasting Bureau

THE ENDS OF DIVERSITY It is a great pleasure for me to have this opportunity to speak on Diversity Day and to share some thoughts about the important role diversity plays in American history and in our daily lives. America has always been a diverse […]

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Iran Blocks Radio Farda,Voice of America Persian Websites

The Iranian government is blocking the websites of Voice of America (VOA) Persian (www.voanews.com/Persian) and Radio Farda (www.radiofarda.com) to prevent Iran

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New Radio Transmitters in Afghanistan Reach Nationwide

Two 400 kilowatt transmitters installed by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) are operating in Afghanistan, giving the country nationwide, medium-wave (AM) radio service for the first time. The transmitters are especially significant because they will allow programs to reach all listeners in Afghanistan. One […]

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  • The Board

    • Jeffrey Shell
    • Matt Armstrong
    • John Forbes Kerry
    • Michael P. Meehan
    • Kenneth Weinstein
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