In With No News

Friday, July 23, 2004

The disgruntlement that's boiled over at the Voice of America has been brewing for years. Since 9/11, many staffers have felt that the editorial firewall between the government and VOA's journalists has been steadily crumbling. Brooke speaks with former VOA Acting Director Myrna Whitworth, who was replaced after she defied the State Department and broadcast an interview with Taliban leader Mullah Omar in 2001.

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