#DefendMediaFreedom: Public Media Matters

Last week PMA participated in the inaugural Global Conference for Media Freedom in London, hosted by the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office and the Canadian Ministry of Foreign…


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Media freedom stifled across Latin America

Restrictive laws, a lack of independent public media and high levels of violence towards journalists are just some of the threats limiting media freedom across Latin America.


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News staff at Latvian Radio call on board to resign 

The News Service staff from Latvia’s public radio station, Latvijas Radio, have expressed no confidence in their board and issued an open letter demanding board members to quit or…


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Webinar | Social Media Guidelines for Journalists & Media Makers in Southern Africa

Join us on 18 July for our live webinar on developing social media guidelines for journalists and media makers in Southern Africa. 


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Under Pressure: Why Public Media Matters

Read about our session at the Global Conference for Media Freedom on the pressures facing public media worldwide and why now, more than ever, we must fight for its future.


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PMA rounds up the Global Conference for Media Freedom

"Together we must support the vulnerable, assist each other through challenging times, as nations as well as agencies. We must never forget that to be proactive is far, far better…


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Honing skills at Manx Radio

As part of our Global Grant scheme, media trainers Professor Claire de Than and Siobhann Tighe travelled to the Isle of Man to provide refreshers in media law and interview…


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UK regulator sets out plans to increase prominence of PSBs

Ofcom announces measures to help public broadcasters face “unprecedented pressure” of competition from streaming services and global media giants.


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Threats to media independence continue across Central Europe

“Backslide”. This seems to be the word most used to describe what’s happening to public broadcasting and independent media in parts of central Europe.


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The dismantling of Brazil’s public media

In recent years, public media in Brazil has experienced a slow and tragic death and now faces complete dismantling.


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