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House Passes U.S. International Broadcasting Reform  

July 29, 2014

The House passed a bill to reform U.S. international broadcasting. It’s not clear, however, if the Senate plans to take up the issue. The reform bill would reduce the Broadcasting Board of Governors to an advisory role and appoint a full-time chief executive officer to run U.S. international broadcasting like Voice of America, Radio Liberty or Radio Marti, reports the VOA.

 



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