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Update | Another government agency involved in ABC raid?


As the parliamentary inquiry into the unprecedented raid on ABC continues, new documents reveal that another government agency was involved. Read about the latest developments.

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CBU President calls for media engagement in policy and framework decisions


As the Caribbean Broadcasting Union celebrated its 50th anniversary, its President called on governments to include broadcasters in decisions about future media frameworks and policies.

Canadian government invests to in French-language digital platform: TV5MONDE Plus


The Government of Canada confirms a contribution of $14.6 million to boost the transition of TV5MONDE to digital and the international visibility of French-Canadian creators.

PSM Weekly | 7 – 13 August 2019


Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

Ofcom report and public service broadcasting


Last week the UK regulator released its second annual Media Nations report revealing key trends in the broadcasting sector and providing evidence for ongoing debate about the future of public service broadcasting.

Why Public Media Matters: Report from the Global Conference for Media Freedom


Dr Caitriona Noonan explores the value of an independent publicly-funded media, the threats it faces in today’s commercial and political climate, and suggested interventions to ensure its sustainability. 

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