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“Therefore, in combination with news services such as RFE/RL, blogs and social networking sites have become particularly important in getting the message out from the oil rich authoritarian former Soviet republic.”
“With so much competition from the Internet, podcasts, widespread satellite television and radio -- none of which existed in Cold War days -- the surrogate stations, such as RFE/RL, Radio Free Asia or Radio Marti for Cuba, are struggling to hold on to listeners and influence, along with the rest of old media.”
“The resolution also urged authorities to renew FM radio licenses of a number of international broadcasters such as RFE/RL and the BBC World Service.”
“In the case of Dublin's Irish Modern Dance Theater, the RFE was "baffling," says Mia Yoo, artistic director of La MaMa.”
“If the application does not appear to meet requirements, the artist receives a Request For Evidence RFE and must respond with clarification or more information.”
“The RFE, however, questioned his ability: If he was so talented, why was he being paid so little?”
“Mr. Maleki, who previously served Tehran in Portugal and Kenya, tells RFE/RL that there are "many others in the Iranian Foreign Ministry who are unhappy with the government.”
“This post has first appeared here at RFE/RL's website.”
“Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) also reported on the incident.”
“Indeed, on the day of the trial, RFE/RL wondered if it wasn't some of this work which attracted the attention of the authorities.”
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