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October 30, 2012
In countless ways and on a consistent basis, the Broadcasting Board of Governors oversees the federal agency that operates Voice of America. Your October 19 article ("Voice of America, 70 Years Later, Faces Bureaucratic Troubles") about VOA stated–unattributed–that we are "disinterested." But the six current appointed board members have been energetically engaged for more than two years in helping bring much-needed change to a venerable institution trying to adapt to today's complex media environment. We take our charge seriously.