Sam Ghandchiسام قندچي US Congress Can Fix or Close VOA Persian
Sam Ghandchi
http://www.ghandchi.com/1634-voa-us-congress-english.htm
کنگره آمریکا می تواند صدای آمریکا را درست کند یا تعطیل کند
http://www.ghandchi.com/1634-voa-us-congress.htm

I used to support the continuation of VOA Persian Service because I believe in the Charter of Voice of America which dates back to the time of anti-fascist war and have written about it a lot, but I have now come to the conclusion that after all the protests of Iranian diaspora about the management of VOA Persian (1), if US Congress is unable to fix it, best just to eliminate it and use the funds to help Iranian opposition. It is not hard to see what forces in Iranian opposition are promoting democratic values and offer objective news and are really making an impact in Iran and among Iranians, which was the purpose of the VOA Charter from start.

 

In this age of the Internet, it is easy to accurately measure the impact of various Iranian media using advanced Internet tools that show the facts and are not just empty claims. I personally have been publishing Iranscope portal, news and articles using my personal time and money and my impact can be measured in comparison to VOA with its more than $75 million budget by any unbiased Internet measurement and the results can be announced. The same can be said about many other Iranian-American Persian news media. US Congress can provide financial grants for such real work to those who are actually doing it, in line of what US Congress wants to help, i.e. promoting democracy in Iran.

Hoping for a democratic and secular
futurist republic in Iran,

Sam Ghandchi, Editor/Publisher
IRANSCOPE
http://www.ghandchi.com
http://www.iranscope.com
September 27, 2017

Footnote:

1.
VOA
http://goo.gl/97fU3U
صدای آمریکا
http://goo.gl/74DF8R

 

*Setareh Derakhshesh
http://goo.gl/RsXQqe
ستاره درخشش
http://goo.gl/hT7EZa

 

*Steve Redisch
http://goo.gl/REzQTp
استیو ردیش
http://goo.gl/W4a9A9

 



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