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“A vital tool”: Why RNZ turned to shortwave after the Tongan volcanic eruption

When the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano exploded earlier this year, RNZ Pacific reverted to shortwave to reach the…

Riots in Lithuania

How can public media heal divisions in society?

These days, challenges – one after another – leave deep prints and divisions in society. Lithuania is not an exception.…

RNZ

RNZ CEO: new public media entity is “a bold and unique step”

The CEO of Radio New Zealand explains how the new public media entity presents an outstanding opportunity for public…

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“Online is first”: how ERR uses the digital sphere to become a market leader

Erik Roose, the ERR Board Chair, argues how the digital sphere is an opportunity for public media to be innovative…

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Global Call Out: World Press Freedom Day 2022

Journalism is under a digital siege, from state & non-state actors, at a time when independent and critical journalism…

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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…

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The future of RRI as public radio in Indonesia

This insight provides an analysis of RRI’s ongoing issues and potential solutions for reforming the organisation and…

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…

Thai PBS Foundation delivered food and consumer goods to support communities during the shortage period. Medical supplies and medical equipment were donated to hospitals and health service centers.

Thai PBS: Above and beyond broadcasting during a pandemic

Covid-19 profoundly changed everyday life for everyone in Thailand. The public broadcaster, Thai PBS, recognised it had…