RNZ-TVNZ merger scrapped

Work towards the long-mooted merger is to “stop entirely” as part of cuts to government’s work programme and a renewed focus on cost-of-living crisis.


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TVO joins the Public Media Alliance

The Canadian regional broadcaster, TVO, is the latest public media orgnisation to join the Public Media Alliance.


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NZ: New public media in doubt

There are fears that the creation of a new public media entity is in doubt after the resignation of Jacinda Ardern.


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We need a more humanitarian journalism

A new book argues for a more humanitarian journalism, caring less about how 'newsworthy' a crisis is and more about the scale of suffering.


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Ireland: RTÉ promised funding reform

The government has promised to reform RTÉ’s "broken" funding model by September 2024 but has previously rejected funding through taxation.


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SABC indigenous language news channel to be launched

SABC plans to improve news provision with the launch of a 24-hour news channel in all of South Africa's indigenous languages.


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BBC Chairman on the role of the World Service

BBC Chairman examines the continuing role of the BBC World Service in providing impartial and trustworthy news to global audiences. 


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Canada: Trust, Democracy and the Public Broadcaster

CBC/Radio-Canada's President reflects on how they strive to retain through three factors: ability, affinity and authenticity. 


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Maria Ressa & Rappler acquitted of four charges

The Court of Tax Appeals has acquitted Maria Ressa and Rappler of four charges of tax evasion, although three charges are still pending.


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PBS announces slate of climate programming

The US' public broadcaster, PBS, has announced a host of climate and environmental programming for the year ahead.


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