The VOA documentary AIDS: Living in the Shadows won the Silver World Medal at the 2015 New York Festivals International Television & Film Awards.
Voice of America today marked the first anniversary of Boko Haram’s abduction of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls who are still missing and thought to be captives of the terrorist group in the forests of northern Nigeria.
Voice of America Director David Ensor today announced his resignation after nearly four years leading the nation’s international state broadcaster.
Voice of America has named Clara Dominguez as Managing Editor of the VOA News Center, the main source of news-gathering and production for a weekly audience of more than 172 million people in nearly 50 languages.
The Voice of America began broadcasting in 1942 to combat Nazi propaganda with acurate and unbiased news and information. Ever since then, VOA has served the world with a consistent message of truth, hope and inspiration.
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Radio Dari began broadcasting in September 1980 as a comprehensive and unbiased news source for the Soviet-occupied Afghanistan. Two years later, the Pashto Service was established. More
In his latest blog post, David Ensor introduces a new online feature that furthers VOA's commitment to its Charter.
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