Oct, 2021
U.S. Agency for Global Media: Additional Actions Needed to Improve Oversight of Broadcasting Networks, Report to Congressional Committees
United States. Government Accountability Office
From the Highlights: "USAGM [United States Agency for Global Media], formerly known as the Broadcasting Board of Governors, is an independent federal agency whose mission is to provide unbiased news in some countries where freedom of information is restricted. With a budget of around $810 million in fiscal year 2020, USAGM oversees two federal networks--Voice of America and the Office of Cuba Broadcasting--and four grantees--Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Radio Free Asia, Middle East Broadcasting Networks, and Open Technology Fund. Each grantee has a separate board. A Senate committee report included a provision for GAO [Government Accountability Office] to consult with the Committee on Appropriations on an evaluation of USAGM's governance structure and oversight processes for its broadcasting entities. This report examines (1) how recent statutory amendments affected USAGM's governing authority and organizational structure, (2) the extent to which USAGM's management actions aligned with its policies on protecting editorial independence, and (3) the extent to which USAGM has taken actions to ensure oversight of network operations and accountability of its grantees."
    Details
  • URL
  • Publisher
    United States. Government Accountability Office
  • Report Number
    GAO-22-104017
  • Date
    Oct, 2021
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    Government Accountability Office: www.gao.gov/
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Subjects
    International broadcasting
    Radio broadcasting
    Voice of America (Organization)
    Freedom of information
  • Resource Group
    Reports (GAO)

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