On Assignment

FULL EPISODE: On Assignment June 21i
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June 21, 2013 1:26 PM
Segments: How the War Has Changed Afghanistan 0:54, Is Iran's New President Really a 'Moderate'? 6:03, Bones Display Raises Genocide Awareness 11:10, In LA, Boba Tea Makes It Cool to Be Asian 15:04, New York Speaks Your Language, No Matter What It Is 21:03

FULL EPISODE: On Assignment June 21

Published June 21, 2013

Segments: How the War Has Changed Afghanistan 0:54, Is Iran's New President Really a 'Moderate'? 6:03, Bones Display Raises Genocide Awareness 11:10, In LA, Boba Tea Makes It Cool to Be Asian 15:04, New York Speaks Your Language, No Matter What It Is 21:03

On Assignment

"On Assignment" is a weekly behind-the-scenes look at the VOA reporters and producers reporting the news from around the world.

Broadcast every Friday, On Assignment showcases the best of VOA reporting across the globe, giving front-line journalists the chance to share their experiences from the field, including some of the most challenging and dangerous trouble spots in the world. Each week, hosts Imran Siddiqui and Alex Villarreal give viewers a backstage pass to meet our reporters in the field and hear the stories behind the headlines.
 

 

On Assignment This Week:

 

"On Patrol with Kurdish Forces in Iraq"

"James Foley and the Dangers of War Reporting"

"Ukraine Crisis, a Journalist's-Eye View"

"How American Money is Made"

 

That, plus Nigeria's "Nollywood" Movie Magic Machine, in this week's episode of On Assignment.

 

 

How To Watch Us:


On Assignment can be viewed on satellite at the following times:

Friday: 1800-1830 UTC – 340 Channel (LatAm, Asiasat, Afsat, IOR, Eutelsat 340)
Saturday: 1200-1230 UTC - 340 Channel (Asiasat, EU 240, IOR, AF) 1600 -1630 UTC - 340 Channel (Newskies, IOR, Afsat, Eutelsat 340)
Sunday: 1200-1230 UTC - all satellites, 1600-1630 UTC - all satellites
 

On Assignment is free to television affiliates. If you're interested in carrying it, contact Doug Boynton, Director of the Office of Marketing and Program Placement, at dboynton@bbg.gov, or +1.202.203.4165.


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