Radio Farda and Radio Free Afghanistan have both received "Highly Commended" awards at the AIBs.
RFE/RL's Afghan Service, Radio Azadi, is a Lovie Award Bronze Winner in the Internet Video Documentary category for "At Afghan Brickworks, Family Trapped in Cycle of Debt."
English-language website dedicated to analysis of Iran’s presidential elections lauded.
RFE/RL correspondents Khadija Ismayilova and Nushabe Fatullayeva have won a 2013 Global Shining Light Award for their investigation into "questionable business dealings" involving the family of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.
RFE/RL journalists are up for several prestigious awards this fall.
Viva Belarus!, a film co-written and produced by Franak Viačorka, new media manager for RFE/RL’s Belarus Service, has won the award for “Best Screenplay” at the 11th annual Brussels Film Festival.
Kabul bureau chief honored with award for his extraordinary courage and exemplary reporting in Afghanistan.
Radio Farda reporter Vahid Pourostad was a Silver Radio Winner at the 2013 New York Festivals International Radio Programs and Promos Awards for his radio documentary, “Solitary Confinement.”
A popular satire program and a special feature on Iranian political prisoners are honored with nominations.
RFE/RL was recognized for several creative technologies, including innovative mobile sites that allow its 19 Language Services to deliver news in streamlined formats.
RFE/RL Avar, Chechen and Circassian language broadcasters are honored for their service to the people of Russia's North Caucasus region.
Vaclav Havel Journalism fellow Seda Stepanyan has been named the regional winner for Europe in the British Council/BBC-sponsored 2012 International Radio Playwriting Competition.