Broadcasting Board of Governors will hold its "first ever public meeting" today (webcast available).

Posted: 03 Jun 2011   Print   Send a link
A live video webcast of the Broadcasting Board of Governors public meeting, in VOA auditorium today at 1300 UTC, will be available at www.bbg.gov, and later on demand.

Broadcasting Board of Governors press release, 24 May 2011: "You are invited to join the Broadcasting Board of Governors for its first ever public meeting on Friday, June 3, 2011 in Washington, D.C. About a year into their appointments, Governors will outline initiatives to reform U.S. international broadcasting, provide an update on the BBG strategic review, announce the Burke Award winners to recognize courage, integrity and originality of BBG journalists, and take questions from the public on U.S. international broadcasting."

See also previous post for "a celebration of the 60th Anniversary of Radio Free Europe's First Broadcasts to Czechoslovakia and a discussion: No Freedom Without Media Freedom. June 2, 2011. Program: 4:30PM - 6:00PM" at Johns Hopkins SAIS in Washington.