The Dalai Lama once noted, “Tibetans call VOA broadcasts their medicine for depression and exhaustion, and on days that they don’t get to hear it, they say they’ve missed their vital medicine.”
Project in Nigeria brings journalists, educators and the public together for a series of meetings and workshops aimed at shining a spotlight on the Almajiri.
Reza Pahlavi and Saeed Ghaseminejad appeared on PNN’s 'Horizon' program.
Shohreh Aghdashloo’s performance will be broadcast live to Iran via satellite and Internet.
Sisters Erica and Tina Campbell tell host Larry London they are excited about their upcoming tour and new CD, “Something Big."
Students can submit questions and be part of a free, hour-long, interactive language learning experience that uses materials and lessons from The Classroom, VOA’s new on-line learning program.
Kyrgyzstan’s President, Roza Otunbayeva, spoke to VOA before she was presented an “International Women of Courage Award” at State Dept.
Free interactive site provides glimpse into everyday American life along with lessons.
First of its kind event held in front of a live Tibetan-American audience at the Newseum.
Press release from VOA's parent agency addresses website and satellite interruptions.
Parazit co-creators say this week's show breaks with its sometimes comic format because of what happened in Iran.