In May 1967, The New York Times reported that the Voice of America was:
- Broadcasting using 35 transmitters inside the United States;
- Broadcasting using 57 transmitters outside the United States;
- Broadcasting in 38 languages, although one-quarter of the total output was in English; and,
- Rebroadcast by 3,000 radio stations using taped programs, adding 15,000 transmitter hours each week.