VOA’s latest documentary A Single Step: Journeys of Women Leaders debuted at a special screening at the Asia Society in New York last week, bringing in a great crowd and a dynamic discussion following the screening.
Voice of America expands its leadership in Hausa-language programming with a new weekly television broadcast for affiliates premiering September 25 at 19:00 UTC.
In Washington, New York, and Philadelphia, VOA reporters and camera crews are on the scene covering the visit from the White House to Capitol Hill to Ground Zero to Independence Hall.
Academy Award winner Sally Field hosts and narrates VOA’s new documentary A Single Step: Journeys of Women Leaders.
Voice of America premiers a new documentary featuring oral histories from veterans of World War II’s close in China, Burma, and India.
VOA correspondents are on the scene of Europe’s migration crisis with comprehensive coverage for television, radio, online, and social media.
As the U.S. Congress begins debate on the Iran nuclear agreement, viewers in Iran will receive the most complete and unfiltered coverage of the deal from Voice of America.
The weekly interview program will further VOA’s formidable impact in the Ukrainian television market.
Malala, the well-known activist for the empowerment of women and the youngest Nobel Prize winner, was in Washington Sunday to take part in an event hosted by the Voice of America’s Deewa Radio and Television Service in cooperation with the Newseum.
Tablet, a new television show on Voice of America Persian language satellite channel, focuses on cultural and social issues involving young people in Iran and the United States.
Since the deadly explosion in Bangkok yesterday, many news outlets around the world have used VOA's reporting.
From pop-culture to education and health to technology, music and fashion, Vous et Nous is a fast-paced, 30-minute program featuring young leaders who are working to make a difference.
Steve Herman, VOA’s Southeast Asia Correspondent and cameraman Zinlat Aung were one of the first news teams on the scene to report on the explosion that hit the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok on Monday.
This week, the Voice of America Urdu Service hosted twelve boys from the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan, who had survived a Taliban attack on their school in December 2014.
For a second year, the Voice of America provided in-depth extensive coverage of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Summit in Washington
VOA has released a four-part special series on what is considered the most effective piece of civil rights legislation enacted in the United States, the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The Voice of America will provide live, on-the-scene coverage of President Obama’s trip to Africa as he arrives in Nairobi, Kenya, to join President Uhuru Kenyatta to co-host the Global Entrepreneurship Summit and then travel on to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
In a one-on-one TV interview with VOA Persian Director, Setareh Derakhshesh, Kerry said “If we implement this, then we are on a path to perhaps opening up a set of opportunities.”
VOA has provided extensive, around-the-clock coverage across various platforms on the historic agreement between Iran and the U.S., Great Britain, France, China, Russia, plus Germany and the European Union.
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