is the U.S.
government's foreign broadcasting
service. It is supposed to tell the truth
about American and world news
in locations that may or may not have access to other news sources. Different VOA stations broadcast in different locations, not always to the pleasure of the governments of those locations, especially during the Cold War
-- Robert A. Heinlein
, in '"Pravda
" Means "Truth
,"' a description of his 1960
trip to the Soviet Union
, mentions that he tried to listen to the Voice of America in Vilnius
(now part of Lithuania
) and it was jammed.
The web site at www.voa.gov says they currently broadcast in these languages (I know several of these are locations rather than languages):