Best of PSM | Climate Change – Politics and Actions

Climate change has been a thorny issue for public broadcasters, which has often been reflected in coverage that has often been described as intangible, disjointed and for the most…

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The State of Humanitarian Journalism (Report)

How does the media cover humanitarian issues, if it does at all? This special report by the Humanitarian Journalism project presents findings from a four year, global research…

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Impunity for crimes against journalists must end

Media freedom is essential for informed democracy. It is the role of journalists to hold power to account. Yet, every day, that freedom is being eroded by those who wish to see…

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Insight | Disruption, Trust and the Public Broadcaster

President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, Catherine Tait, used her keynote at this year's IIC Canada conference to discuss the impact of disruption and growing distrust of the media…

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Public Broadcasters International 2018

The annual Public Broadcasters International conference [PBI] took place in Seoul last week, hosted by South Korean public broadcaster, KBS.

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Update | The latest at SABC

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has faced a number of crises in recent years due to mismanagement, allegations of censorship and political interference.

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ABC managing director removed from post

The head of Australia’s public broadcaster, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, was dismissed by the board over leadership dissatisfaction.

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Old is New Again: Public Service Media Rebuilding Trust

Public service media, in its different reiterations, is needed more than ever to support and defend democracy. This was the powerful message of PMA's 2018 Global Conference in…

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Drastic changes ahead for Danish public broadcaster

Cuts of up to 400 jobs and the closure of three radio channels and three TV channels sparks serious concern for the reach of DR and media pluralism in Denmark.

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Hope for media freedom in Malaysia?

After years of repressive laws and political interference, can Malaysia’s new government pave the way for media freedom?

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