Providing "policy guidance" does not seem very firewall-like.

Posted: 12 Oct 2006   Print   Send a link
"U.S. international broadcasting needs reorganization and fresh leadership. Members of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) run their own pet projects instead of providing policy guidance to staff directors. Although the BBG increased America’s presence over Arab airwaves by creating Radio Sawa and Al-Hurra-TV, it did so by taking resources from the Voice of America. As a result, U.S. programming in South Asia, Africa, and Latin America now lacks content, lively discussion, and airtime." Stephen Johnson and Helle Dale, Heritage Foundation, 10 October 2006.