Bruce Sherman, Director, Office of Strategy and Development, BBG; Neli Esipova, Director of Research, Global Migration and Regional Director, Gallup; Scott Michael, Research Analyst, International Broadcasting Bureau;Sarah Glacel, Senior Audience Research Specialist, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

WASHINGTON – Ukrainians’ political attitudes diverge by region despite the majority of the country turning to only a handful of top TV outlets for news, according to new survey results released today by the Broadcasting Board of Governors. The research shows Crimea as having a very different news market; in 2012, the top five news sources were Ukrainian, whereas now all five are Russia-based TV channels and social media.

Russians Turning to Internet for Unbiased News

Photo of Michael Meehan speaking on a BBG panel

Washington, DC — Although television remains the most prevalent medium in Russian households, Internet access is rising dramatically nationwide, according to media research data released today by the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

BBG Research Series: Media Use in Zimbabwe, November 8

[wptabs style=”wpui-light” mode=”horizontal”][wptabtitle]Details[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]On November 8, 2012, the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and Gallup held a BBG Research Series briefing on media use in Zimbabwe discussing new findings about media consumption, including the tremendous growth of the digital sector alongside the enduring popularity of satellite TV.