All posts tagged Czech Republic

Before BBG meeting in Prague, Czech parliamentarian asks PM to protect rights of RFE/RL employees

BBG Watch Commentary Shortly before the scheduled meeting of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) in Prague, a deputy of the Czech Parliament Vladimira Lesenska submitted a written interpellation (inquiry), “The situation of foreign employees of Radio Free Europe,” to …

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Media Freedom in the European Neighborhood: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova

The Embassy of the Czech Republic and Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) invite you

Czech newspaper wonders if BBG Watch is right about imminent reforms at RFE/RL

BBG Watch Commentary Lidove Noviny, a daily Czech newspaper, published a commentary wondering whether the new acting Radio Free Europe /

Lev Roitman calls on Kevin Klose to act on restoring rights of RFE/RL employees

Commentary by Lev Roitman Former senior commentator at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) Lev Roitman, who retired from the Russian Service after more than 30 years of service

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Steven Korn’s Wasteful Personal Spending at RFE/RL by Judy Bachrach in World Affairs

BBG Watch Commentary In one of the best investigative journalism reports on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), a contributing editor for Vanity Fair Judy Bachrach describes in a

Former Radio Liberty broadcaster calls on Secretary Clinton to confront damage to U.S. public diplomacy caused by BBG and RFE/RL officials

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Anonymous Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty journalist decries human rights violations at the U.S.-funded broadcaster

Alsou Taheri is the pseudonym of a journalist working at Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) in Prague, a U.S. government-funded broadcasting station and Internet news provider

Broadcasting Board of Governors told they use communist law to discriminate against foreign employees

BBG Watch Commentary   In emails to members of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), who are meeting today and tomorrow in Prague, Czech Republic, former Radio Free Europe/Radio

Broadcasting Board of Governors told they use communist law to discriminate against foreign employees

BBG Watch Commentary   In emails to members of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), who are meeting today and tomorrow in Prague, Czech Republic, former Radio Free Europe/Radio

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Czech Court Rules RFE/RL Cannot Discriminate Against Its Own Foreign Journalists

FreeMediaOnline.org Truckee, CA, USA, December 02, 2010 -- A court in the Czech Republic has ruled that a former Radio Free Europe

RFE/RL Has Lost Its Uniqueness Warns Former Director of Radio Liberty's Russian Service

Interview with Former Director of Radio Liberty's Russian Service, Italian journalist, writer and Russian expert Mario Corti.

In a nutshell, the station [Radio Liberty] has abandoned its uniqueness, its identity, its face.

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Has Lost Its Uniqueness Warns Former Director of Radio Liberty’s Russian Service

FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog, May 19, 2009, San Francisco

A Sense of Betrayal Propels A Journalist to Seek Help from the European Human Rights Court Against the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors

 FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog, Commentary by

Armenian Journalist Hopes Obama Administration Will Protect Foreign Workers Rights at RFE/RL

Anna Karapetian, a journalist from Armenia who in radio broadcasts funded by the U.S. government reported on human rights abuses in her country, is one of many

Armenian Journalist Hopes Obama Administration Will Protect Foreign Workers Rights at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

 FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog, January 22, 2009, San Francisco -- Anna Karapetian, a journalist

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