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Bill Skundrich, Respected International Broadcaster, Leaves Voice of America

FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog, May 27, 2009, San Francisco –  Friday, May 22, was the last day at the Voice of America (VOA) for Bill Skundrich, one of the most respected and popular U.S. radio and television journalists broadcasting to Russia.  He left VOA for a new job at the Department of Homeland Security. Bill Skundrich’s colleagues describe him as an extraordinarily talented journalist and hard ... Read More »

The Great Pumpkin — A Halloween Look At U.S. Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting

 FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog  QuoVadis Commentary, October 31, 2008, San Francisco – Free Media Online Blog welcomes a new guest contributor who provides a unique perspective on U.S. international broadcasting and public diplomacy. We invite your comments.     The Great Pumpkin — A Halloween Look At U.S. Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting   QuoVadis   It’s Halloween time when shadowy figures and ... Read More »

Restoring Effectiveness of U.S. Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting

 FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog  The Federalist Commentary, September 25, 2008, San Francisco – Free Media Online Blog welcomes a new guest contributor who provides a unique perspective on U.S. international broadcasting and public diplomacy. The first article from The Federalist deals with the legislation introduced Tuesday by Senator Sam Brownback (R-KA) that would establish the National Center for Strategic Communications, an ... Read More »

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