Mar. 31 (Washington Times/by Ted Lipien): The US decision to end Voice of America radio broadcast to China was based on market research that their own analysts describe as unreliable.
Unlike radio, the Internet in China is being censored, and its use is monitored by 50,000 cyberpolice. Uncensored radio and the Internet are not competing against each other in countries without free media. Each has its own advantages.
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Note: The writer is a former acting associate director of the Voice of America. He runs Free Media Online.