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Here are key contact numbers for Voice of America. For detailed questions or requests, please check the FAQs below or use the form to e-mail the correct department.
 

VOA Public Relations: (202) 203-4959
Human Resources:(202) 382-7500
News coverage requests: (202) 203-4302
Development & Media Training: (202) 382-7164
Africa Division: (202) 203-4019
East Asia & Pacific Division: (202) 382-5867
Eurasia Division: (202) 382-5300
Latin America Division: (202) 382-5933
Near East & Central Asia Division: (202) 203-4817
Persian News Network: (202) 203-4940
South Asia Division: (202) 203-4167
 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I listen to or watch VOA programs?
Q: Where can I find details about VOA programs, times, frequencies, satellites?
Q: How can I get a free news summary via e-mail?
Q: What should I do if I have trouble reading your e-mail?
Q: How can I read VOANews on my mobile phone?
Q: May I use or link to VOA content?
Q: Does VOA exchange links?
Q: Can I listen to or watch VOA radio and TV programs within the United States?
Q: Whom should I contact if I want to receive a VOA calendar, sticker, T-shirt, pin or other VOA branded product?
Q: I am not able to find Arabic in the list of VOA languages.
Q: Whom should I contact if I am interested in working at the Voice of America?
Q: Where can I get information about the U.S. Visa Lottery?



Q: How can I listen to or watch VOA programs?

A: VOANews.com is updated around the clock with coverage from around the globe. VOA radio and television programs are broadcast in their entirety via Internet.


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Q: Where can I find details about VOA programs, times, frequencies, satellites?

A: VOANews content is available in more than 40 languages.

Radio & TV Program Listings/Frequency Information >>>

TV Satellite Schedule >>>


Q: How can I get free news summary via e-mail?

A: VOA offers free newsletters via email.

Subscribe to a daily news summary:
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Q: What should I do if I have trouble reading your e-mail?

A: The VOANews.com e-mail newsletter is set for UTF-8. If you have trouble reading your e-mail, please change the character set on your e-mail client browser to UTF-8


Q: How can I read VOANews on my mobile phone?

A: To find VOA News content in a format optimized for mobile phones and PDA's, use your device's Internet browser and navigate to:

http://m.voanews.com/english/

Then select your desired language.

Q: May I use or link to your content?

A: Video, audio, photographs, text and material originally produced by the Voice of America are in the public domain and may be reused free of charge. Credit for any VOA material should be given to VoaNews.com, Voice of America, or VOA. If you produce a commercial product from this material, we appreciate a copy.

Not all content on the VOA web site is owned by VOA. Some content, including but not limited to video, photographs, graphics, audio on VOANews.com may be licensed to the VOA for use in its programs. In these instances, VOA does not own the copyright to the material and does not have permission to grant use to third parties. For more information see our Terms of Use page. >>>


Q: Does VOA exchange links?

A: While VOA regularly links to other sites in the context of our news coverage, we do not participate in link exchange programs. For more information or graphics visit our Links Policy page >>>


Q: Can I listen to or watch VOA radio and TV programs from within the United States?

A: VOA is prohibited by law from disseminating its programming within the United States. All of our materials are intended for audiences outside the United States.
 

Q: Whom should I contact if I want to receive VOA calendars, stickers, T-Shirts, pins or other VOA branded products?

A: Send your request to: lettersuser@voanews.com


Q: I am not able to find Arabic in the list of VOA languages.

A: VOA not longer broadcasts in Arabic. Its Arabic broadcasts were replaced by Radio Sawa and alHurra TV.


Q: Whom should I contact if I am interested in working for the Voice of America?

A: Employment opportunities >>>
Internship Information >>>


Q: Where can I get information about the U.S. Visa Lottery?

A: USA Visas are handled by the U.S. Department of State. To find out more about the application process visit their website: http://travel.state.gov/visa/visa_1750.html



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