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"To reach audiences with strategic messaging" is an oxymoron.

Posted: 21 Aug 2018

¼ "Should [the Broadcasting Board of Governors] provide news and information that is readily available through other outlets and platforms, or should it try to reach audiences with strategic messaging intended to advance U.S. security objectives? …https://t.co/xknX3kliB1

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) August 21, 2018

(2/4) … The result has been the near-isolation of the BBG from other elements like the State Department"

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) August 21, 2018

¾ Kim: From what other outlet is news in 58 languages "readily available"? And because audiences for international broadcasting are seeking news that is more credible than what they get from state controlled domestic media, the "near-isolation" of the BBG is a good thing.

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) August 21, 2018

(4/4) Kim: Washington experts want the BBG to be more coordinated with "U.S. security objectives?" But "to reach audiences with strategic messaging" is an oxymoron. Audiences are not seeking strategic messaging. Just report the news. #justreportthenews

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) August 21, 2018

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