Reshaping of U.S. Global Media Agency Called Largely Successful

Government Executive: The U.S. Agency for Global Media, which until last August was known as the Broadcasting Board of Governors, has made solid progress in implementing its new, more centralized, governance structure, a watchdog found.

But the federal organization that supervises the Voice of America, Radio Liberty/Radio Free Europe and other regional foreign-language news services still needs to improve internal communication with staff and better formalize the politically delicate handling of editorials that reflect U.S. policy, the State Department inspector general said in a report released on Tuesday.

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