Myanmar military’s effort to silence independent media

On World Press Freedom Day, a year on from Myanmar's military coup, former BBC Burmese editor, Tin Htar Swe assesses the state of media.


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Netflix subscription woes: what can they teach public media?

The idea of introducing Netflix-style subscriptions to finance public media is being flirted with in some countries. But would it work?


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How election results can impact PSM

Election results in France and Slovenia could have big implications for PSM; as could forthcoming elections.


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All Australians invited to join the ABC’s 90th birthday celebrations

The ABC, turns 90 this year and is inviting all Australians to celebrate the milestone, with community events and special programming.


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EFE expands mission to tackle fake news in Latin America

Spanish public news agency, EFE, has signed a partnership with Mexican national broadcaster, SPR, to tackle misinformation collaboratively.


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GBC CEO and PMA board member Gerard Teuma retires

Gerard Teuma has been on the PMA Board since 2016, and he was Vice President from 2018 to 2021. He's worked for GBC for 38 years.


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Tunisia: public media journalists strike over government interference

The strike comes after Tunisia's leading journalist union described the public broadcaster as a “propaganda trumpet” for the government.


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Sally-Ann Wilson: “The need for public media has never been greater”

As Sally-Ann Wilson steps down as CEO of the Public Media Alliance, she reflects on two decades of advocating for public media.


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Bosnia and Herzegovina’s national public broadcaster faces closure

PMA joins the EFJ, EBU and SEEMO in calling for an urgent resolution to save the Bosnia-Herzegovina broadcaster and its workers from financial ruin.


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Media: Uncovered – “What is the future of public media?”

In the second episode of our podcast, we explore the pressures facing public media organisations worldwide and ask what their future is.


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