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Voice of America is an international multimedia broadcasting service funded by the U.S. government. VOA first went on air in 1942 and today broadcasts approximately 1,500 hours of news, information, educational, and cultural programming every week to an estimated worldwide audience of 125 million people in 44 different languages.

VOA Tibetan was created by an Act of Congress signed into law on February 16, 1990 to establish a Tibetan language programming to the people of Tibet.VOA Tibetan broadcasts two one hour television programs each week via satellite, and 42 hours of shortwave radio directly into Tibet. All of our audio and video programming is also available streamed and in archive on our Tibetan language and English language websites where you can access our RSS feeds, Podcasts, Mobile site and Twitter feed.

To enable an additional point of access to our television programs from countries that limit their citizens internet choices, VOA Tibetan content is also available on Youtube.
VOA Tibetan can also be part of your daily social network experience on facebook where you’ll receive posts on our latest TV programs and radio highlights.

VOA Tibetan adheres strictly to the VOA charter, which requires that the news be presented in an accurate, objective, and comprehensive manner.