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ABC journalists could still face prosecution


Almost a year on from the unprecedented federal police raid on ABC, journalists Samuel Clark and Daniel Oakes could still face prosecution for their investigative reports, the Afghan Files.  

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SABC asks government for a budget review


South Africa’s public broadcaster has called on the government to review its budget as COVID-19 takes its toll on advertising revenues and acquisitions.  

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PSM Weekly | 20 – 26 May 2020


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Government proposes wage freeze for ABC staff


Concern that proposal to freeze wages could pose a threat to Australian public broadcaster’s independence.

ABC-CBN

ABS-CBN provisional licence delayed


Congress suspends ABS-CBN’s provisional licence and turns to deliberating lengthier 25-year licence renewal bill, which will see the broadcaster shut for longer.

US public media

CPB requests additional emergency funds from Congress 


The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is requesting an additional $175 million in emergency funds to secure the survival of US public media against a backdrop of newsroom layoffs and closures. 

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