The Voice of America, in partnership with AudioNow Digital, launched an audio-only app that will allow users to listen to VOA programming over data or cellular voice connections.
On July 8, the Voice of America will present a special panel to discuss the significance and implications of the Srebrenica genocide.
VOA Persian is presenting a series of new programs discussing and analyzing the tough issues under negotiation.
The Service marked the occasion of the Dalai Lama’s upcoming 80th birthday with a historic four-hour live TV program.
The Voice of America partnered with the Newseum Institute to examine the how new electronic devices are affecting the relationship between police and the American public. Click here to watch this VOA town hall special.
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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One of the major goals of the Tibetan Service is to provide coverage of events and issues that relates to the Tibetan people, be it news about Tibet, U.S. policy toward East Asia or information about China not available from other Tibetan sources. More
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