Friday, March 19, 2010

Exiled Radio Plays A Cat-and Mouse Game

By Lynette Lee Corporal – Asia Media Forum
BANGKOK, Mar 19, 2010 (IPS) - For exiled journalists working on shortwave radio programming aimed at Burmese and Tibetan listeners, dodging the ‘enemy’ in the name of freer speech is often a cat-and-mouse game. Seeing their radio frequencies jammed, undertaking clandestine reporting and sourcing, dealing with poor signals and being spied upon are daily fare for the Norway-based Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) and India-based Voice of Tibet (VOT).

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