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VOA Broadcasting in Vietnamese

VOA Vietnamese broadcasts news and feature stories about Vietnam, the U.S. and the world via TV, radio and the Internet. The service provides Vietnamese audiences with accurate, balanced programs that are frequently cited as a trusted news source in Vietnam. VOA Vietnamese broadcasts a 30-minute TV news program five days a week and 1.5 hours of radio news per day.

Quick Facts

Established: 1951

Target area: Vietnam

Radio Programming: 10.5 hours per week

TV Programming: 2.5 hours per week

Programs and additional features available at:

www.voatiengviet.com

Facebook:

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Twitter:

@VOATiengViet

Youtube:

VoaTiengVietVideo
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Instagram:

@voatiengviet

Google+:

+VOATiengVietVideo

SoundCloud:

/voatiengviet

Podcasts:

Audio and Video Podcasts Available on ITunes

Mobile App:

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Programs and Features

TV

VOA Express – A TV show airing five days a week on satellite and the Internet featuring stories about the U.S., Vietnam, and global news and trends.

Vietnam In FocusA Monday-through-Friday program that includes in-depth interviews with newsmakers about issues related to Vietnam.

Eye on Vietnam - A weekly feature covering all aspects of Vietnamese life with a special focus on Vietnam’s diaspora. It also offers an in-depth analysis of Vietnam-related developments, as well as human-interest stories.

Viet Youth Roundtable A weekly program that encourages Vietnamese youth worldwide to discuss Vietnamese current affairs.

Radio

The Vietnamese Service broadcasts a daily 30-minute radio news program on medium wave and two podcasts of 30-minutes and 60-minutes for listeners on the website, SoundCloud, Audio Now and subscribers in the iTunes store.

Internet & Social Media

The VOA Vietnamese website, voatiengviet.com, carries world news, a Vietnam in Focus news report, and six blogs covering a variety of topics, ranging from politics and economics to world travel and literature. The site also includes features on American culture, technology, arts and health, as well as popular Learning English programs for beginning and intermediate English learners to go with more advanced programs on American higher education systems. VOA Vietnamese reporting is also available on our popular Facebook site, YouTube, SoundCloud, Twitter and Instagram. The audience can submit news tips or photos to the editors via the user content page.

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