A 1968 English broadcast featuring Trinh Thi Ngo on VOV

A 1968 English broadcast featuring Trinh Thi Ngo on VOV

10/4/2016 - 13:15

(VOVworld) - This recording is a rare, valuable English broadcast featuring the late legendary announcer Hanoi Hannah whose real name was Trinh Thi Ngo, on Radio the Voice of Vietnam. This program was broadcast in 1968 from Havana, the capital city of Cuba.

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Bidding final farewell to VOV’s legendary announcer

Bidding final farewell to VOV’s legendary announcer

10/2/2016 - 8:44

(VOVworld) - Trinh Thi Ngo, the legendary announcer of the English service, Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV), has passed away in Ho Chi Minh city at the age of 87. Her voice has remained in the mind of the generations of VOV listeners, including foreign friends and former GIs in Vietnam, who admirably called her Hanoi Hannah.

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VOV develops on par with Vietnam’s international integration

VOV develops on par with Vietnam’s international integration

9/7/2016 - 18:54

(VOVworld) – The Voice of Vietnam celebrates its 71st founding anniversary on September 7. Over the years VOV has become a close friend and a reliable information channel for tens of millions of Vietnamese people and foreigners worldwide. VOV has developed into one of Vietnam’s top multi-media agencies.

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VOVworld celerbates 71st founding anniversary

VOVworld celerbates 71st founding anniversary

9/7/2016 - 16:55

(VOVworld) – The Voice of Vietnam’s world service (VOV5) broadcasts in twelve languages: English, French, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, German, Thai, Lao, Cambodian, Indonesian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Since the first broadcast on September 7, 1945, VOV5 has made giant leaps forward, meeting the information needs of foreigners and overseas Vietnamese.

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VOV in the hearts of its listeners

VOV in the hearts of its listeners

9/7/2015 - 15:15

(VOVworld) – In a booming information age with many media formats dominated by television and online newspapers, radio still draws many people. VOV has become the close friend of many listeners around the world. Today, we’ll examine some listeners’ opinions on the occasion of VOV’s 70th anniversary.

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Journalist Hoang Minh Nguyet – work is her inspiration

Journalist Hoang Minh Nguyet – work is her inspiration

5/22/2015 - 18:54

(VOVworld) – Journalist Hoang Minh Nguyet is an independent and proactive woman who has developed her career through her true talents. People, who know her or have ever worked with her, acknowledge her intelligence, sharp-mindedness, frankness, decisiveness, and devotion. She has never considered work as a burden but an inspiration for living.

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Lê Quý – first editor-in-chief of VOV Overseas Service

Lê Quý – first editor-in-chief of VOV Overseas Service

5/7/2015 - 14:23

(VOVworld) - At almost 90 years of age, Le Quy still has a passion for journalism which inspires every young journalist who meets him.

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Dao Dinh Tuan- Gentleman boss of VOV5

Dao Dinh Tuan- Gentleman boss of VOV5

3/24/2015 - 9:25

(VOVworld)- Reporter Dao Dinh Tuan is always optimistic and passionate about life. He is also very serious at work. During my 30 years working at VOV, there are two reporters that I respect and love the most: reporter poet Tran Ngoc Thu, Director of the Editorial Department and reporter Dao Dinh Tuan, Director of VOV’s Overseas Service.

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Australian editors’ enthusiasm for Vietnam’s radio

Australian editors’ enthusiasm for Vietnam’s radio

3/23/2015 - 14:14

(VOVworld) – Many foreign English editors have worked at the English section of the Overseas Service but the most dedicated ones have been perhaps Iain Finlay and Trish Clark.

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Mai Thuc Long: Mr. “Fire tiger”

Mai Thuc Long: Mr. “Fire tiger”

2/12/2015 - 10:56

(VOVworld) – VOV reporters love him for his modesty, simplicity, frankness, and fearlessness in confrontations. He considers the Voice of Vietnam to be a vital part of his life.

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GERMAN RADIO PROGRAM FOSTERS VIETNAM-GERMANY FRIENDSHIP

 GERMAN RADIO PROGRAM FOSTERS VIETNAM-GERMANY FRIENDSHIP

1/28/2015 - 11:37

(VOVworld) - The Voice of Vietnam launched its first German radio broadcast on March 1, 2006 after 3 months of preparation. The program is broadcast on shortwave to target Europe through a hired relay station and on FM for the foreign community in Vietnam. The 30-minute daily program is comprised of a news bulletin, political commentaries, and features introducing Vietnam,...

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“Signing quickly”- that’s how reporter Mai Thuc Long worked

“Signing quickly”- that’s how reporter Mai Thuc Long worked

1/18/2015 - 16:57

(VOVworld)- Respecting the truth and expressing your true sentiments is the way reporter Mai Thuc Long, whose nickname is Hoang Phuong, wrote his stories.

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Unforgettable years in Cambodia

Unforgettable years in Cambodia

12/9/2014 - 15:01

(VOVworld) - The affection and gratitude of former experts of VOV’s Overseas Service for Cambodia will never fade.

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We broadcast from our neighbor’s land

We broadcast from our neighbor’s land

11/24/2014 - 10:15

(VOVworld) - One winter morning of 1972 when I parked my bike and entered the lobby, Mrs. N stuck her head out of her office door and said: “Go upstairs quickly, the Boss wants to see you”.

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Idle talks with Tran Đang Khoa

Idle talks with Tran Đang Khoa

11/19/2014 - 8:25

(VOVworld) - Meeting Tran Dang Khoa for the very first time, he was totally different from what I had imagined about him as a famous poet.

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OVERSEAS SERVICE: BRINGING THE VOICE OF JUSTICE TO MILLIONS OF LISTENERS

OVERSEAS SERVICE: BRINGING THE VOICE OF JUSTICE TO MILLIONS OF LISTENERS

11/7/2014 - 9:23

(VOVworld) - After the end of the resistance war against French colonialists, Voice of Vietnam Radio (VOV) had 10 years (1955-1964) to make preparations for the war against US imperialists. VOV was trying to reinforce its broadcasts overseas at that time when half of the nation was liberated.

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President Ho Chi Minh and Voice of Vietnam Radio

President Ho Chi Minh and Voice of Vietnam Radio

10/31/2014 - 16:54

(VOVworld) – Radio broadcasters always remember Uncle Ho’s teaching: how to write and speak to make it easy for the listeners to understand and follow.

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Journalist Tran Mai Hanh and his memory of April

Journalist Tran Mai Hanh and his memory of April

10/20/2014 - 10:04

(VOVworld) – Whenever I think of the historic event at noon on April 30, 1975, at Independence Palace, I always think of events on the last day of the war, April 29.

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Kim Cúc: journalism - a lifetime passion

Kim Cúc: journalism - a lifetime passion

10/8/2014 - 19:24

(VOVworld) – Working and bringing the best things to everybody has become her happiness in life.

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Journalist Tran Lam: the past always lies ahead

Journalist Tran Lam: the past always lies ahead

10/8/2014 - 9:15

(VOVworld) – Journalist Tran Lam was the founder and leader of Vietnam’s broadcast industry for 43 years. He has been a shining example for other Vietnamese journalists to follow.

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