The Voice of America was never intended to do investigative reporting, nor should it.
What does the Trump administration's anti-media environment mean for the Voice of America?
Last week, an amendment buried deep in the text of the National Defense Authorization Act disbanded the bipartisan Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), putting in its place an executive directly appointed by the president of the United States. The idea of handing control of the agency to Donald Trump has left some in the media reeling: Politico wrote this week, “Trump is finally getting his Trump TV—financed by taxpayers to the tune of $800 million per year.”
What's in store for the Broadcasting Board of Governors under a Trump administration?
What is the state of U.S. public diplomacy today, and what are the challenges?
Dan Robinson makes the case for saying, "So long."
From the archives: David S. Jackson on Russia's RT network.
How to save U.S. international broadcasting.