All posts tagged Laos

Radio Free Asia responds to freedom of the press findings with a defense of its unique mission

BBG Watch Commentary A Radio Free Asia (RFA) press release shows how surrogate broadcasting, which International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB) top executives believe should be merged into one single program under IBB’s global control, plays an important role in countries without …

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Bipartisan effort by Victor Ashe and North Carolina congressmen to save BBG transmitting station is part of larger fight for public oversight of U.S. international broadcasting

BBG Watch Commentary The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), a federal agency which oversees U.S. government-funded international broadcasting by the Voice of America (VOA), Radio and TV Marti

Victor Ashe offers his email address for public comments on U.S. international broadcasting

[caption id="attachment_14612" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Send an email to BBG member Victor Ashe"][/caption] Often referred to as a senior Republican member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), Ambassador

Confusion whether BBG committee approved saving VOA Tibetan radio and VOA Cantonese Service

[caption id="attachment_11602" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="BBG Governor, Amb. Victor Ashe"][/caption] There appears to be some confusion whether at the meeting of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) Strategy and

Congressman Jones, BBG’s Victor Ashe and IBB Director Lobo to rededicate Edward R. Murrow NC transmitting station

[caption id="attachment_13536" align="alignleft" width="278" caption="Rep. Walter B. Jones"][/caption] Congressman Walter B. Jones and Broadcasting Board of Governors member Ambassador

Michael Lynton, Don’t Silence the Voice of America Tibetan Radio

The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), a US federal agency in charge of taxpayer-funded US international broadcasts, wants to end Voice of America (VOA) radio news program to

Morale at Broadcasting Board of Governors grantees at all-time low due to bureaucratic power-grab

This BBG Watch Commentary is based on several inside sources. Bureaucratic power-grab

After making a good start on destroying Voice of America's ability to fulfill its unique mission of

BBG’s Governor Ashe visits Asia where BBG plans major cuts in Voice of America broadcasts

[caption id="attachment_13919" align="aligncenter" width="502" caption="Governor Ashe with VOA reporting team in Phnom Penh"][/caption] The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) senior Republican member Ambassador Victor Ashe is visiting Asia

BBG bureaucracy versus strategy and national interests

BBG bureaucracy versus strategy and national interests defines proposed program cuts at Voice of America The bureaucratic executive staff at the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and its

Victor Ashe questions BBG decision to cut Voice of America radio to Tibet

[caption id="attachment_11602" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="BBG Governor, Amb. Victor Ashe"][/caption] A senior Republican member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) publicly questioned the BBG decision to end Voice

Moral principles need to guide U.S. international broadcasting

by Ted Lipien I strongly urge the Broadcasting Board of Governors to reverse cuts to Voice of America Tibetan, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Burmese, and Lao broadcasting services. These

BBG awarded 50 million dollar contract to Gallup while planning to terminate broadcasts and fire over 200 journalists

[caption id="attachment_13391" align="aligncenter" width="560" caption="Broadcasting Board of Governors awards 50 million dollar research contract to Gallup while eliminating dozens of overseas broadcasts and over 200 U.S.-based jobs."][/caption] Journalists

CUSIB starts campaign against Broadcasting Board of Governors’ cuts in broadcasts to Tibet, China and other countries

The nongovernmental and independent Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting has issued a strong statement in opposition to the Broadcasting Board of Governors' plans to eliminate or reduce

CUSIB starts campaign against Broadcasting Board of Governors' cuts in broadcasts to Tibet, China and other countries

The nongovernmental and independent Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting has issued a strong statement in opposition to the Broadcasting Board of Governors' plans to eliminate or reduce

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