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VOA sticking with shortwave
Voice of America is not giving up on shortwave.
"It is the most reliable way to reach the audience," VOA's Kim Elliott said at the annual radio listeners' meeting in Kulpsville.
Elliot pointed out that new forms of communication, such as the Internet, still is illegal in some countries, for example Burma.
VOA is therefore needs to make their operations more efficient. There is still a lot of overlapping services with other American services, such as Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty and Radio Free Asia.
There have been contacts with people in the US Congress for help and support in this process, Kim Elī explained.
One example of an efficient external information service is the
BBC World Service.
Kari Kivekäs , hcdx live from Kulpsville, March 10, 2001

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