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Broadcasting Board of Governors

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Agency overview


To inform, engage and connect people around the world in support of freedom and democracy.

Current priorities

  • Oversee all U.S. civilian international broadcasting
  • Evaluate the mission and operation of all of BBG broadcast entities to assess quality, effectiveness, and professional integrity
  • Distribute programming in 59 languages to an estimated weekly audience of 175 million people via radio, TV, the Internet and other new media


BBG is comprised of six broadcasting organizations, the largest of which is the International Broadcasting Bureau. The International Broadcasting Bureau is the administrative and marketing arm of the Agency; it breaks down into twelve offices including the Office of Performance Review and the Office of Technology, Services, and Innovation. Learn more about the organizational structure.

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