Challenges to U.S. Government Support for Media Development

In this report, Andrew Green, principal of DG Metrics, a consultancy focusing on applied research in U.S. foreign assistance, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, assesses the U.S. government’s ability to support media development around the world. Green finds that while media play a pivotal role in U.S. foreign policy, there are significant resource shortfalls in this area. Too few media experts, not enough technological know-how, and potentially problematic funding mechanisms are just a few of the challenges facing the media development sector.

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