The United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM) today released its detailed Fiscal Year 2020 budget request, seeking $628 million to support key U.S. foreign policy goals, maximize impact and continue modernization initiatives while accommodating current spending constraints.
USAGM Board reviews programming that delivers independent, professional, and accurate news to key audiences in Iran, China, Venezuela and beyond
Leaders from international public service broadcasters issue joint statement on threats to media freedom
VOA’s midwest correspondent wins three awards from Chicago Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists
Kane Farabaugh, picked up three Peter Lisagor awards from the Chicago Headline Club, the Chicago chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists
A series of incidents interfering with the work of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) journalists in Kazakhstan yesterday illustrates that authorities around the world will act without restraint in their efforts to control information and that even for the most intrepid journalists, security and safety are under constant threat.
Documentary filmmaker Eduardo Palmer donates to TV Marti rights to broadcast 30 of his documentaries focusing on Cuba.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) received honors at last night’s 2019 New York Festivals TV and Film Awards for two documentaries. RFA Khmer Service’s documentary on Hun Sen’s 1997 coup “Impunity or Justice” received a Bronze Medal in the Human Rights category while the Mandarin Service’s “Women against the State” feature was a finalist in the Special Reports category of the annual competition.
"Victims of Incest in Morocco” was named as a finalist at the New York Festival’s Television and Film Awards in the category of Best Digital News-Short Report.