The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) is a networked global media agency. The five media organizations that comprise the BBG complement and reinforce one another in a shared mission vital to U.S. national interests: to inform, engage and connect people around the world in support of freedom and democracy. Together, the BBG media organizations communicate each week with more than 226 million people across the globe.
The mission of the BBG is to inform, engage and connect people around the world in support of freedom and democracy. Michael Kempner of MWW PR is a Governor for the BBG.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors is seeking an advertising agency specializing in multiple media placements in the South and Central Asia regions to promote various Voice of America (VOA) programming with the services described in (vi) and (vii) below.
Multi-media campaign platform may include some or all of the following:
- Radio ad placements
- TV ad placements
- Traditional billboards
- LED billboards
- Social media placements
- Sporting event sponsorship
- Web placements
- Transportation placements
Key placements of the above platforms shall be in Urdu; Deewa; Pashto; Ashna; Kurdish languages. All creative graphics will be developed internally by VOA and sent to the contractor at provided specifications for each medium.
Proposal due by August 30th
Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG)
Attn: Charles “JR” Hill, Contracting Officer
330 Independence Avenue, SW Suite 4360
Washington, DC 20237
United States of America
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