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Hacking and Signal Interference of U.S. International Broadcasting
February 22, 2011
As popular protests unfold across the Middle East, U.S. international broadcasting faces increased satellite signal interference and a web Domain Name System (DNS) attack. Read More
VOA Program to Iran, Parazit, Dedicated to Facebook Friend Killed in Protests
February 18, 2011
Voice of America’s popular Farsi language television program Parazit breaks with its satirical and sometimes comic format this week, to discuss the young Iranian pro-democracy demonstrators who died after being shot at Monday’s protests in Tehran. Read More
Andrew Natsios Tells VOA Organizing a New Country in South Sudan Won’t Happen Overnight
February 18, 2011
Former U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan, Andrew Natsios, has told a VOA panel that Western governments need to stop predicting the new Republic of South Sudan will be a “fragile state.” Read More
Quarter of Egyptians Tune to Alhurra During Recent Crisis
February 17, 2011
Results of a new poll of Egyptians in Cairo and Alexandria show that 25 percent of respondents tuned into Alhurra to follow the recent uprising in Egypt. The telephone survey was conducted during the network’s 18 days of live comprehensive coverage of the historic events in Egypt. Read More
Staying Ahead of the Digital Curve: U.S. Global Engagement in the New Media Era
February 15, 2011
During a packed briefing at the U.S. Capitol this morning, new media experts and journalists from U.S. international broadcasters discussed the digital revolution and how U.S. international broadcasting is taking advantage of its potential for change. Read More
Webcast: The New Media Revolution and U.S. Global Engagement
February 09, 2011
The role New Media is playing in Tunisia, Egypt, and elsewhere is up for debate. What's certain, however, is that Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media tools have changed the way people communicate. Read More
IBB Director Richard M. Lobo Visits Overseas Broadcast Operations
February 15, 2011
Richard M. Lobo, Director of the International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB), recently completed a nine-day swing through the Middle East to review overseas operations, to assess the regional media environment and to meet with key partners in the region. Read More
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Radio Marti Expands its “Las Noticias Como Son” News Program
February 11, 2011
Radio Marti’s news magazine “Las Noticias Como Son” moved to an extended format with a fast-paced round up of news and analysis from around the world. In its 13th year, “Las Noticias Como Son” expanded to an hour with news of breaking events in Cuba and elsewhere. Read More
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February 16,2011
Media Advisory: Telephone Briefing on Egyptian Use of Media - Survey Results
February 15,2011
Sec. Clinton Discusses Egypt and U.S. Policy in the Region During an Interview on Alhurra Television
February 14,2011
FY 2012 Budget Request for the Broadcasting Board of Governors
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