Visitors look at a mural painted in 1942 by American realist artist Seymour Fogel. The Voice of America headquarters was, until 1953, the Social Security Administration building and is also home to murals painted by Lithuanian-American artist Ben Shahn. The murals were commissioned during a Depressi
A group arrives at Voice of America for a studio tour. VOA is located at 330 Independence Avenue SW, just two blocks from the U.S. Capitol, and one block from the Federal Center SW Metro station.
Students read bios of VOA broadcasters. Voice of America journalists come from a variety of backgrounds, including some who have fled persecution in their native countries.
A student group observes a live radio broadcast to Afghanistan from studio 22. VOA is home to a total of 28 radio studios.
Tour visitors look into studio 51 during a live broadcast to Albania. Our radio and television shows reach over 134 million people around the world each week.