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-- Igor Butman took "unofficial [jazz] lessons" from Voice of America (Russia Beyond the Headlines)
-- Georgi Markov, victim of the "umbrella murder" broadcast 137 weekly reports via RFE/RL (Bloomberg)
-- Politico mentions the connection between BBG and the Tor Project. [Note: For more information about the BBG's Internet anti-censorship program, here's our factsheet.]
Citations of BBG Networks
-- "Coke, don't sponsor hate!" The Moscow Times cites VOA reporting on the Russia and the Olympics.
-- The Weather Channel cites RFE/RL's 2011 reporting on happiness among Scandinavians
-- Russia Beyond the Headlines speaks to RFE/RL's Kirill Kobrin about gay rights in Russia.
-- Irrawaddy cites Radio Free Asia reporting on a meeting between U Wirathu and Diamond Shew Kyi.
-- UPI uses VOA reporting on gunfights in Zamboanga City.
-- UPI cites VOA reporting on "a decade of negotiations through the six-party process" regarding North Korea.
-- Slate partners with Boston public radio on podcasting, gaining a broader audience.
-- "In many of the countries surveyed, clear majorities of Muslims oppose violence in the name of Islam. " (Pew Research Center)
-- How do we feel about tech intellectuals?
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The Broadcasting Board of Governors
(BBG) is the independent federal agency that oversees all government-supported U.S. civilian international media. The mission of the BBG is to inform, engage and connect people around the world in support of freedom and democracy. Networks within the BBG
include the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, the Middle East Broadcasting Networks (Alhurra TV and Radio Sawa), Radio Free Asia, and the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (Radio and TV Marti). BBG programming reaches an audience of 203 million in more than 100 countries and in 61 languages.