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 Jamaica.

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Trump’s push to defund and defunct the CPB

Trump’s proposed 2019 budget cuts would drastically impact rural public media outlets, threatening their knowledge of foreign and domestic politics

In defence of the public editor

In the wake of ESPN and others dumping their internal ombudsmen, Chris Elliott argues that ombudsmen can play a vital role in building trust with audiences and therefore securing the future of journalism. Their existence is a sign of strength, not weakness.

Public media and the global decline of media freedom

With media freedom in decline worldwide, what has the impact been on public service media to fulfil its mandate?

Disaster and climate change reporting: Discovering new pathways in the Caribbean

What are the main challenges faced by journalists when it comes to reporting on natural hazards and climate change, and how can coverage be improved?

Exploring children’s digital media use in the UK

What do children watch and how much time do they spend interacting with media? After Ofcom's Children's Media Literacy event last January, PMA spoke to some experts to shed light into children's attitudes towards media in the UK.

Public service media: serving the community

Last week, PMA’s finance manager, Mervyn Warner, discussed the role of public service broadcasting with Roger Watterson on Isle of Man’s Manx Radio.

Review: Children’s Global Media Summit 2017

Children’s Global Media Summit 2017: What does the future of media hold for Generation U?

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Danish Broadcasting Corporation and public service broadcasting under threat

Ten Directors-General of public service companies in Europe sign statement in support of Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR).

Why RNZ is dedicated to the use of te reo

The debate about the use of te reo on RNZ shows both how far we have come as a nation - and how far we still have to go, writes RNZ chief executive Paul Thompson.