PMA Board member Odette Campbell passes away

It is with deep regret that the Public Media Alliance advises of the death of Mrs. Odette Campbell, our Vice President and Managing Director of the Grenada Broadcasting Network.


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BBC World Service launches emergency radio service for Sudan

The programme, which will be broadcast live in London with input from teams in Amman and Cairo, will air on short wave in Sudan and be available on radio, online and across social…


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PSM threaten to leave Twitter

Independent public service media have threatened to leave the social media network, Twitter, due to inaccurate classification.


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ABC launches ground-breaking new show The Pacific

Designed and created specifically for Pacific audiences, The Pacific is dedicated to covering the stories that matter in the region.


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Understanding public service media

As debates on the future of public service media intensify, it’s essential for us all to reflect on their core values and fundamental role in democratic society.


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India: Space for media freedom shrinking

Recent censorship highlights the continuing pressure on media freedom and independent journalism in the country.


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Poland: Proposed law set to boost prominence of controversial public broadcaster

An amendment to the Broadcasting Act’s “must carry, must offer” principle aims to up the prominence of the country’s embattled public broadcaster.


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La directrice générale de la SVT parmi les cibles d’un complot terroriste : les menaces s’aggravent contre les professionnels des médias

Une membre du Groupe de travail mondial était sur la liste de cibles potentielles d’un Suédois reconnu coupable de meurtre.


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Targeting of SVT director general underscores severity of threats against media professionals

Global Task Force member was on the hit list of Swede now convicted of murder.


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Taiwan Plus app banned in China

The English-language service from PTS Taiwan was removed from the Apple App Store in November. It comes amid growing tensions over the media narrative between the two countries.


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