Turmoil at Voice of America Is Seen as Hurting U.S. Ability to Counter Propaganda

by: Ron Nixon | New York Times

WASHINGTON — When David Ensor announced last week that he was stepping down as the director of the Voice of America, critics saw the move as the latest sign of turmoil at the government agency that is charged with presenting America’s viewpoint to the world.


The resignation came just weeks after Andrew Lack, the first chief executive of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which oversees the Voice of America, left 42 days into the job to take a post at NBCUniversal.

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