United States Agency for Global Media


A collection of stories demonstrating how USAGM networks are affecting the lives of their audiences

RFE/RL Afghan Service reporting changes the life of young Afghan artist

RFE/RL’s Afghan Service continues to successfully engage local communities with…

Alhurra Television co-sponsors the Kurdistan Book Fair bridging cultures

Alhurra Television co-sponsored the 14th annual Erbil International Book Fair…

woman with glasses reports from anchor desk with an image of a plane and the word accidente over her right shoulder

Martis provide coverage and context of Cuban air disaster

When a Cuban domestic flight from Havana to Holguín crashed, the…

crowd of protestors outside holding red ballons

Current Time provides election coverage ignored by Russian state media

Russia has been rocked by a series of protests in…

group of 6 men in uniform and a woman, all smiling at camera, holding certificates

VOA’s “Let’s Learn English” series aids firefighters in Mexico

A team of six firefighters from Chihuahua, Mexico, used the…


Defining impact

How do we measure USAGM’s impact?

In spite of dozens of threats to our journalists and their families along with hazardous working conditions, USAGM’s networks have growing impact.