Burmese President Thein Sein, in his first interview with VOA, says he wants to improve education for minority Rohingya Muslims who accuse majority Buddhists of persecuting them.
VOA partners with the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, the Education Arcade, and the Learning Games Network to encourage development of mobile apps and games.
Learning English at home or on the go is now easier and more fun with VOA’s Mobile Wordbook app.
Chinese viewers now have two hours of fast-paced news and information available every day, with the launch of the Mandarin language program, 'VOA Weishi.'
Historic mural at VOA headquarters undergoes conservation efforts to repair damage from an earthquake that left cracks in the work of art.
Iranians can now watch all of their favorite Voice of America TV shows online with Livestation, a 24 hour a day streaming platform.
'Let's Play Elections,' brings together the entertainment of soccer and the latest news from the 2012 election campaign in short TV program that's offered in several languages.
Access Point, an interactive online show, lets the audience in Pakistan pose questions to a studio guest in Washington via Facebook and Twitter.
VOA Somali survey provides rare insight into what ordinary people want for the future of their country.
New research shows Iranians increasingly turning to television for news, and VOA is capturing an increasing percentage of that audience.
Voice of America English teaching programs will soon air on Burmese state radio under the terms of a breakthrough agreement signed in Naypyitaw by VOA Director David Ensor and Thein Aung, Director General of Myanmar State Radio and Television.
Voice of America’s newest Persian TV program hits the airwaves in Iran with an off-beat look at the Iranian political scene.