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Noonan: CUSIB will continue to oppose cuts in Voice of America broadcasts to China and Tibet

In a speech delivered Sunday from the top of a tank at the Tiananmen Memorial observance in New York City, the Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB – www.CUSIB.org) Executive Director Ann Noonan vowed that CUSIB will continue to oppose …

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Noonan: CUSIB will continue to oppose cuts in Voice of America broadcasts to China and Tibet

[caption id="attachment_15396" align="aligncenter" width="512" caption="The Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting member Jing Zhang speaking at Tiananmen Memorial in NYC"][/caption] In a speech delivered Sunday from the top of

Voice of America radio to China – the sounds of news silence from Broadcasting Board of Governors

The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), the federal agency in charge of US international broadcasting, has eliminated two hours of live Voice of America (VOA) Mandarin radio

CUSIB – Broadcasting Board of Governors Should Stay True to Their Mandate Not Only in China and Tibet

This press release was issued by the independent Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 20, 2012 Broadcasting Board of Governors Should Stay True to Their Mandate

CUSIB Joins Efforts to Free Gao Zhisheng, Defends VOA Broadcasts

A press release issued by the Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) defends Voice of America (VOA) broadcasts to China and Tibet to counter the lack of press

BBG Ready to Drop the Ax on Cantonese and Tibetan Services by CUSIB’s Ann Noonan in National Review

This article by the Committee for U.S. international Broadcasting (CUSIB) Executive Director Ann Noonan was published in National Review. We republish it from CUSIB's

CUSIB's open letter to BBG urges greater public scrutiny of U.S. international broadcasting

The Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) has sent an

Free Church for China: VOA cuts will stifle religious freedom

Ann Noonan, Free Church for China --

These changes | BBG-proposed cuts for VOA | will stifle the struggles of the young people in China who seek

Actor Richard Gere and others call for saving VOA radio and TV to China

[caption id="attachment_10342" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Richard Gere testifying in Congress"][/caption]The June 4th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre has brought new calls from human rights advocates to the

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Tiananmen Square Massacre Anniversary Brings Calls from Actor Richard Gere and Others for Saving Voice of America Radio and TV Programs to China

FreeMediaOnline.orgTruckee, CA, USA, June 4, 2011 -- The June 4th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre has brought new calls from human

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