A correspondent with RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service has been awarded for his reporting from the country's border zones.
RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal is awarded for providing unique coverage to local communities in Pakistan.
Arifa Kazimova, Baku bureau news editor for RFE/RL’s Azerbaijani Service, has won the country’s top journalism prize.
RFE/RL has won a Gold and four Silver trophies at the 2014 Communicator Awards. The winners were announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts on April 29.
Industry experts cite excellence and innovation in RFE/RL's digital products for global audiences in 25 languages.
Three reporters with RFE/RL's Armenian language service were lauded for their multi-media reporting on migration-related issues.
RFE/RL's Georgian service was recently lauded for reporting in support of religious tolerance.
RFE/RL's Moldovan service reports in Romanian and Russian and won top awards in 2013 for its coverage of important political and cultural issues for both audiences.
A reporter for RFE/RL's Kazakh service will attend the 2014 Youth Olympic Games - only not as an athlete, but as a participant in a training program for aspiring sports journalists.
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.