USAGM’s Board of Governors met and reviewed the activities and programs of its networks, including the recently remodeled studios at the Middle East Broadcasting Networks’ (MBN) headquarters.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) met yesterday at its Washington, D.C. headquarters to assess the work of its five networks.
RFA was named a winner at the 2018 Gracie Awards for its in-depth webpage “The Rohingya: World’s Least-Wanted People.”
Alhurra-Iraq, Radio Sawa, and MBN Digital provided live and comprehensive coverage of the first Iraqi parliamentary election since the defeat of ISIS, Saturday, May 12, from its studios in Virginia and Baghdad. The coverage, entitled Iraq Elects, started at 7:00 a.m. Baghdad time as Iraqis headed to polling stations, and continued for 16 hours.
In an effort to maximize resources, increase collaboration and focus on key issues and audiences, the networks of the BBG have produced another full-scale collaborative project: The Dragon’s Reach; Tracking China’s Economic Power Play.
MBN provides live and comprehensive coverage of the first Iraqi parliamentary election since the defeat of ISIS.
VOA Uzbek service reporter Navbahor Imamova becomes the only U.S. journalist to receive media accreditation from the Uzbek government.
Veteran correspondent Soltan Achilova was violently assaulted two days after Turkmenistan's Foreign Ministry releases a statement claiming there is no persecution of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) journalists.
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