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Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 April 2011 03:01 Written by RFA15 Tuesday, 26 April 2011 03:01

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VIDEO #1

TITLE: RFA 15th Anniversary Video

TEASER: A video showing Radio Free Asia after 15 years.

VIDEO #2

TITLE: From Broadcast to Video

TEASER: Citizen video footage has transformed the way reporters cover events. From cell phone video to award winning documentary, RFA is now producing news that you can see more than you can hear.

STAND ALONE: PHOTO GALLERY

SIDE BY SIDE: HTML TIMELINE (“Reaching Out On The Web”) and FLASH GRAPHIC of RFA’s features (“News In Motion”)

HTML TIMELINE

TITLE: Reaching Out On The Web

TEASER: Over the last six years, our presence online has blossomed from straight news text and photos to hub pages, timelines explaining history, Flash presentation of issues such as the one child policy in China, and citizen content shot on cell phones from the jungles of Burma. Today, we offer content online in the full range of formats used by a wide audience in Southeast Asia, from plain text to HTML5 on smart phones.

Stand Alone: Map of RFA’s Broadcast Region

Title: Where We Broadcast

Teaser: A map of our broadcast region featuring fast facts.

Welcome!

This year, Radio Free Asia celebrates 15 years of bringing objective, accurate, and timely news to people in Asian countries that restrict free speech and free media.
 
While much has changed at RFA since we began in 1996, our mission has remained the same: to advance the principles of the fundamental right to the free-flow of information and the right to seek, receive, and impart information.
 
Please take a moment to explore this webpage where you can revisit important milestones, accomplishments, and moments from RFA’s early days to the present.
 
—Libby Liu, President of RFA

BBG resolution

On December 17, 2010 the Broadcasting Board of Governors passed this resolution celebrating and commemorating RFA's 15 years of impact broadcasting.

Click here to read the resolution (PDF)

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Media Inquiries:
Rohit Mahajan
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Email: mahajanr@rfa.org
Telephone: (202) 530-4976
 
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