RFA was a winner at last night’s 2017 New York Festivals International Radio Program Awards gala for its investigative web series on the impact of China’s rapid development on the Mekong River.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) is among min magazine’s “Best of the Web” award winners and finalists for 2017.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) last night won a bronze medal at the New York Festivals’ 2015 International Radio Program Awards for its Cantonese Service’s investigative series on China’s nuclear energy risks.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) today was named a winner of the Sigma Delta Chi award for excellence in journalism by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Radio Free Asia (RFA) won a bronze medal at the 2014 New York Festivals International Radio Awards.
Cantonese Service’s piece recognized by AWM.
Digital, multimedia book looks back on 1989 Beijing crackdown.
Reporters take silver, bronze at international radio contest.
“Billionaire Flees China’s Modern Day Red Terror” consists of an on-camera interview with former Chinese real-estate mogul Li Jun who fled China in 2010.
Radio Free Asia won a prestigious Gracie Award for its Cantonese language entry “Kidnapped Woman Reunites with Family” in the international contest’s category of outstanding investigative program or feature.
Radio Free Asia’s documentary film, “An Invisible World: The Lives of Slaves in Modern Asia,” was “highly commended” as a finalist at the Association of International Broadcasters’ 2012 Media Excellence Awards in the category of best investigative television documentary.
Radio Free Asia’s multimedia investigative series exposing the extreme pollution of China’s Dong River was named as a first-place winner by the Society of Environmental Journalists for its 2011-2012 Awards for Reporting on the Environment.
RFA Uyghur, Korean Broadcasters Earn Gold and Finalist Spots
Human Trafficking Web Video Series, Cantonese Radio Report Recognized
RFA Korean, Mandarin Broadcasters Take Gold, Earn Finalist Spots
Services Take Gold, Bronze, and Earn Finalist Slots
Mekong River series takes top honors
An annual, U.S. government award rewards two reporters for their reporting on Korean orphans and a Chinese environmental activist.
Beijing-based contributor wins ‘Courage’ award for her work blogging on Tibetan human rights.
Web coverage of Uyghur women's courage under duress won American Women in Radio & Television’s Gracie Allen Award this year.
Radio Free Asia was named 'Broadcaster of the Year' by the 2009 New York Festivals for winning the largest number of awards among participating broadcasters.
Broadcaster Tseten Dolkar was presented with the 2009 Burke Distinguished Journalism Award for her coverage of the peaceful protests of Tibetan monks and the subsequent crackdown by Chinese authorities in spring 2008.
Cantonese reporter wins an award for his coverage of unsafe restaurant practices.
Burmese service is recognized for teamwork and breaking news during the 2007 monk rebellion in Burma.
The Burmese and Vietnamese services were honored with gold and bronze awards for news reporting by the New York Festivals.
The Cantonese service took top honors at Hong Kong’s 12th Annual Human Rights Press Awards for its reporting on forced abortions that led to riots and an official investigation in the southwestern Chinese province of Guangxi.
American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT) today announced that Mandarin broadcaster Wu Jing has won this year’s Gracie Allen Award for Most Outstanding Series.