Human rights groups appeal to Congress to save broadcasts to China, Tibet and other nations without free media

Open Letter to Members of House Appropriations Committee Dear Members of Congress: This letter is to request your strong support to restore the funding in the FY2013 Budget for Voice of America (VOA) radio and television broadcasting to China and Tibet. We adamantly object to the proposal by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), which […]

Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting members to testify in Congress

Harry Wu, Executive Director of the Laogai Research Foundation and Laogai Museum, and Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, will appear as panel witnesses On Tuesday, December 6, at the Congressional-Executive Commission on China hearing: “One Year After the Nobel Peace Prize Award to Liu Xiaobo: Conditions for Political Prisoners and Prospects for […]

Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting Announces Advisory Board

October 13, 2011 For Immediate Release Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting Announces Advisory Board The Committee for International Broadcasting (CUSIB) is proud to announce the formation of its Advisory Board:   Harry Wu, Founder of the Laogai Research Foundation; Tala Dowlatshahi, Senior Adviser and U.S. Representative of Reporters Without Borders; Appo Jabarian, Executive Publisher and […]