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GOVERNMENT OFFICE

International broadcast organ of the US Government, founded 1942. Overseen by the International Broadcasting Bureau since 1994, itself a division of the US Information Agency until 1999.

Official Website:
http://www.voa.gov/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert L. Barry
Diplomat
28-Aug-1934   US Ambassador to Indonesia, 1992-95
Richard W. Carlson
Diplomat
1941   US Ambassador to the Seychelles, 1991-92
John Chancellor
Journalist
14-Jul-1927 12-Jul-1996 NBC Nightly News anchor
Ariel Cohen
Scholar
c. 1964   Expert on International Relations
M. Stanton Evans
Activist
20-Jul-1934   Conservative activist
Patricia Lynch Ewell
Diplomat
20-Apr-1926 4-Dec-2011 US Ambassador to Madagascar, 1986-89
Georgie Anne Geyer
Journalist
2-Apr-1935   Foreign correspondent turned columnist
Cheryl F. Halpern
Government
?   Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Arthur W. Hummel, Jr.
Diplomat
1-Jun-1920 6-Feb-2001 US Ambassador to China, 1981-85
Foy D. Kohler
Diplomat
15-Feb-1908 23-Dec-1990 US Ambassador to USSR, 1962-66
Melvyn Levitsky
Diplomat
19-Mar-1938   US Ambassador to Brazil, 1994-98
William J. Porter
Diplomat
1-Sep-1914 15-Mar-1988 US Ambassador to Algeria, Vietnam, Korea
Stuart Rothenberg
Publisher
c. 1948   Rothenberg Political Report
Kenneth Tomlinson
Business
3-Aug-1944   Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Chase Untermeyer
Diplomat
7-Mar-1946   US Ambassador to Qatar


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