Radio Free Asia (RFA) today condemned the arrest of Nguyen Tuong Thuy, a Vietnamese blogger who has contributed commentary to RFA’s Vietnamese Service for six years.
The International Women's Media Foundation's award honors women who break barriers in journalism.
Marking World Press Freedom Day, Radio Free Asia (RFA) President Bay Fang reiterated the call to release RFA contributors, former journalists, and family members targeted by authorities in connection with RFA’s journalism.
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Radio Free Asia’s President Bay Fang issued the following statement today in response to the conviction and sentencing of Truong Duy Nhat, a blogger who contributed to Radio Free Asia’s Vietnamese Service, prior to his detention early last year.
The appeal by two former Radio Free Asia (RFA) journalists to drop the reinvestigation into espionage charges laid against them was rejected by Cambodia’s Appeals Court today.
The new collection contains 60 of the cartoonist’s recent illustrations, caricatures, and cartoons.
Radio Free Asia’s (RFA) board of directors has appointed Bay Fang as the company’s new President.
The awards were established in 2015 to recognize brave journalists, politicians, and activists for human rights-related work.
Radio Free Asia President Libby Liu today issued the following statement on the two-year anniversary of the arrest of Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin, two former RFA journalists in Cambodia, who still face charges, including “espionage,” in connection with their work for RFA.
Liu’s Op-Ed Condemns ‘Arbitrary’ Legal Ordeal of Two Ex-RFA Cambodia Journalists
RFA Executive Editor Bay Fang issued the following statement about the release of former Burmese child soldier Aung Ko Htway, who was arrested, charged, and sentenced to prison in 2017 for comments made to RFA about his past experiences.
RFA considers the charges brought against Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin to be unsubstantiated and would like to issue the following statement.
The Mandarin and Korean Services both earned distinctions in the news features category.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) today was among the National Murrow Award winners named by the Radio & TV Digital News Association (RTDNA).
As journalists and news groups around the world mark World Press Freedom Day, Radio Free Asia’s President noted the serious challenges and threats the organization and its contributors face.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) received honors at last night’s 2019 New York Festivals TV and Film Awards for two documentaries.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) today announced the hiring of veteran journalist Matthew Pennington as its new Managing Director for Southeast Asia.
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WASHINGTON – Libby Liu, President of Radio Free Asia, made the following statement today in response to the release of former RFA Khmer Service journalists Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin on bail in Phnom Penh.
Radio Free Asia's (RFA) founding President Richard "Dick" Richter passed away on June 29, 2018.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) aired its last original TV broadcast on the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) network on Myanmar’s MRTV channel this evening.
The 2018 winner for best website in the category for interactive news media, explores the long persecution of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar through graphics, videos, key quotes, and current news.
Reporters Without Borders's 2018 Index ranks press freedom in 180 countries.
Radio Free Asia won a Sigma Delta Chi award for “Drawing Fire: The Political Cartoons of Rebel Pepper” in the new category of best e-book.
As with jailed Reuters reporters, Aung Ko Htway’s treatment a “worrisome” sign of press freedom in Myanmar: RFA President
The report cites China, Cambodia, and Vietnam, among the world’s worst jailers.