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CUSIB calls on BBG to expand journalism and shrink agency’s bureaucracy

The following CUSIB statement was presented by Joseph Noonan at the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) open board meeting on October 8, 2015 in Washington, DC: CUSIB STATEMENT – VIDEO (as prepared for delivery) Good morning and thank you for …

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CUSIB congratulates Andy Lack on CEO position at BBG

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 23, 2014

CUSIB congratulates Andy Lack on CEO position at BBG

The Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting, (CUSIB - cusib.org) has congratulated Chairman

John Lenczowski

The Voice of America Shouldn’t Be A Whisper by John Lenczowski | BBG Watch report

The Voice of America Shouldn't Be A Whisper by John Lenczowski | BBG Watch report

BBG Watch Commentary In an Wall Street Journal

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CUSIB Statement on Denial of Visa by Russia to David Satter

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 14, 2014 CUSIB Statement on Denial of Visa by Russia to David Satter Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) is appalled by the Russian Government's denial

Radio Liberty and other independent journalists in Russia want BBG Governor Ashe to stay

BBG Watch Commentary [caption id="attachment_19186" align="alignnone" width="636" caption="Radio Liberty in Exile journalists who were fired or resigned from Radio Liberty. Some, but not all of them, have now been

Dissidents and U.S. broadcasting officials honored as champions of free speech

This report is from the independent Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB - cusib.org). CUSIB's Executive Director Ann Noonan has spoken at recent Broadcasting Board

CUSIB asks McConnell to keep Ashe as BBG member

In a letter to Senator Mitch McConnell, the independent and nonpartisan Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB - cusib.org) asked the Senate Minority Leader to retain Governor

BBG member may have a conflict in vigorously defending media freedom

BBG Watch Commentary At the May 15, 2013 open meeting of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), Ann Noonan, Executive Director of the Committee for U.S. International

Human Rights Abuse in China Exhibit

Supporter of press freedom shows photographs of human rights abuse in China

[caption id="attachment_22206" align="alignleft" width="191" caption="Human Rights Abuse in China Exhibit, New York State Senate, May 2013"][/caption] Coinciding with World Press Freedom Day on May 3, a photo exhibit

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Three BBG members to receive Champion of Free Speech Award

BBG Watch Commentary Three members of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), the federal agency in charge of U.S. international broadcasting, will

CUSIB’s Ann Noonan condemns targeting of dissidents’ children in China, defends RFA and VOA radio broadcasts

BBG Watch Commentary [caption id="attachment_20333" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="CUSIB Executive Director Ann Noonan at BBG's Feb. 2013 meeting"][/caption] Ann Noonan, Executive Director of the Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB

Digital Journal Op-Ed: America could learn from rappers’ tribute to Radio Free Europe

Digital Journal Op-Ed: America could learn from rappers'

Two vice presidents departed Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

BBG Watch Commentary Dale Cohen, Vice President of Administration at Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) since November 2011, and Beth Portale, Vice President and Chief of

CUSIB Marks 6-Month Anniversary of the Unjust Firing of Radio Liberty Journalists

    Lyudmila Alexeeva, Photo for Radio Liberty in Exile by Yuri Timofeev.   March 21, 2013 For Immediate Release   CUSIB Marks 6-Month Anniversary

CUSIB Advisory Board member Jing Zhang at screening of “It’s A Girl”

[caption id="attachment_10955" align="alignleft" width="113" caption="Jing Zhang, Women's Rights in China"][/caption] Jing Zhang, the Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting Advisory Board member and President of Women's Rights in China

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