2 journalists killed in Haiti: PMA & project partners send condolences

The Haiti reporters who were killed had attended a PMA-run project earlier this year on journalist safety and dis- and misinformation.


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PSM Unpacked | PMA members discuss emergency broadcasting

Staff of PMA members joined PSM Unpacked, an online roundtable session, to discuss the vital role of emergency broadcasting.


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RTHK’s new head signals broadcaster’s continued decline

The appointment of a senior civil servant to head RTHK shows the revolving door between government and the broadcaster.


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Podcast Collaborations: The positives, the pitfalls, and the public interest

Top podcast executives discuss the benefits and complications of collaborations, and how they can help meet public service obligations.


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Kristian Porter: Speech on media literacy, mis- and disinformation

PMA's CEO called for a multi-stakeholder, collaborative effort to combat mis- and disinformation during his speech at CBU's AGA. 


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Germany: Trust, accountability & transparency are critical for public media

An investigation into Berlin's public broadcaster after the head and chair resigned is critical to ensure trust in Germany's public media.


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Meet our 2022 Global Grantees!

From learning how digitalisation can improve sports coverage to a transnational collaboration project, PMA has announced 2022's Global Grants.


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PMA: Solomon Islands government must respect broadcaster’s independence

The government has ordered Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation to self-censor and only cover stories that show the country positively.


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Serbia: TV licences awarded to ‘pro-government’ stations

Accusations of political interference have been raised in Serbia after regulatory body grants licences to four pro-government stations.


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VAT funding for French public media approved

The National Assembly approved the first reading of the bill which would end the licence fee and instead fund it through VAT.


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