Journalism is not a Crime and IranWire posted an article describing the growth of Radio Free Europe, "From Propaganda to Journalism: How Radio Free Europe Pierced the Iron Curtain."
On June 23, the Los Angeles Times ran an article, "Russia's answer to charges of meddling in U.S. elections: You're messing with ours, too," that cited accusations made in the Russian State Duma that RFE/RL, VOA, and CNN engaged in biased and “anti-Russia” coverage of Russian parliamentary elections in 2016.
Between June 16-23, numerous websites including Reddit, Bored Panda, Digg, Imgur, Daily Mail, Konbini, DIY Photography, Hacker News, IFL Science, Interez.sk, CTV News (Canada), Nine News (Australia), PetaPixel, Gazeta.pl, Jawina (Germany), Earthables, and My Modern Met re-posted RFE/RL photojournalist Amos Chapple's photo essay on Siberia’s "mammoth pirates." On June 19, Chapple participated in a live interview about the project with CTV News.
On June 21, The Diplomat published an analysis by RFE/RL Radio Mashaal editor Daud Khattak on China and the new U.S. strategy for Afghanistan.
On June 19, Brian Whitmore gave the keynote speech at a conference organized by Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich’s Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, "Studying Russian Disinformation and its Effects in Europe: Theoretical, Methodological and Practical Challenges."
On June 16-18, the Committee to Protect Journalists, Al Arabiya English, OpenDemocracy, France24, eNCA, and Blasting News reported on Stanislav Aseyev, an RFE/RL freelancer who has gone missing and is feared to have been detained by the separatist “Donetsk People’s Republic” in eastern Ukraine.
The Committee to Protect Journalists posted a report on missing freelance journalist Stanyslav Aseyev, who contributed to RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and is feared to be detained by pro-Russia separatists from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DNR).
On June 15, NPR linked to an RFE/RL video clip from Russian President Vladimir Putin's annual "Direct Line" live public Q&A session, in which he offers former FBI Director James Comey asylum in Russia and compares Comey's actions to those of Edward Snowden.
The Economist published an article, "America's answer to Russian Propaganda TV," on Current Time, the 24/7 Russian-language television network led by RFE/RL in cooperation with VOA.
On June 13, RFE/RL President Tom Kent participated in a webinar sponsored by the National Press Foundation, "Reporting in a Hostile Environment Overseas."