U.S. International Broadcasting

U.S. International Broadcasting

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U.S. non-military international broadcast entities support 84 discreet qlanguage servicesq. In 1994 Congress passed an Act which established a bipartisan Broadcasting Board of Governors (the Board) to oversee and coordinate the efforts of all nonmilitary broadcasting activity. This report examines whether the Board: (1) responded to the specific funding limitations and cost-cutting expectations regarding Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's operations; (2) implemented an annual language service review process; and (3) instituted a strategic planning and performance management system. Maps, charts and tables.Strategic Planning and Performance Management System Could Be Improved Jess T. Ford, John R. Kasich. Appendix II ... U.S. international broadcasting operates within the context of a complex and evolving transmission environment. Each of the key ... One problem with shortwave broadcasts is that countries, such as China, Vietnam, and Cuba, attempt to block U.S. broadcast signals. To counteractanbsp;...

Title:U.S. International Broadcasting
Author: Jess T. Ford, John R. Kasich
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2000-08-01

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