European Commission

EMFA comes at a critical time for public media

The European Media Freedom Act - designed to better protect journalists and media - is certainly a significant step in the right direction, and it comes at a crucial time.

Mental health for media professionals must be prioritised

Our recent workshop discussion, held at this year’s Radiodays Europe, found an urgent need for workplace mental health and wellbeing policies for media professionals.

PSM Weekly | 10 – 16 April 2024

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

After 6 Year Hiatus, PTS Taiwan Holds 11th Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival

The 11th edition of TICFF in 2024 marked the festival’s 20th anniversary and inaugurated the launch of PTS streaming platform PTS+

PSM Weekly | 3-9 April 2024

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

Global Grantees

Meet the 2024 Grantees

Discover the stories of our 2024 cohort of nine Global Grantees as they share their reactions to being selected.

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Do bargaining codes have a future?

With Facebook shutting down its news tab, what does that mean for laws that are trying to persuade it to fund public interest journalism?

PMA

Crumbling advertising market piles on the pressure

A crumbling advertising market has added to uncertainty for many media, with dwindling revenue and increased competition from tech giants.

VRT NWS is launching a fact-check marathon in the run-up to elections

With the approaching parliamentary and EU elections, the VRT NWS will fact-check political statements together with other news editors.

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SVT is nothing if we are not seen

The head of strategy at SVT writes on the importance of prominence for public service media content in an age of digital gatekeepers