Hong Kong RTHK

Focus on PSM | Hong Kong

The situation facing independent and public media in Hong Kong went from bad to worse in 2020 with the imposition of a new National Security Law.

Yle

Focus on PSM: Yle 

From new language services to the challenges of a proposal to limit Finland's public broadcasting Act, catch up with recent news about Finnish public broadcaster Yle

Buenos Aires Argentina

Focus on PSM | Argentina

Amid challenges, Radio y Televisión Argentina takes steps to improve diversity and representation.

ABC HQ Sydney

Australia: Public media funding and press freedom challenges continue

Australia’s public broadcasters respond to budget allocations amid ongoing funding pressures and broader threats to press freedom.

Belize

Focus on PSM | Belize

While problems persist,Belize's press freedom ranking is comparatively high, with a safer working environment for journalists compared to neighbouring states.

TVP Poland

Focus on PSM | Poland

Poland’s public broadcaster Telewizja Polska (TVP) continues to face heavy criticism following the 2020 presidential election while the country’s government looks to restrict foreign media ownership.

SABC HQ

Focus on PSM | SABC facing significant challenges in its 84th year

As South Africa’s public broadcaster celebrates its 84th year, its achievements are recognised against a backdrop of planned retrenchments and restructuring as well as court proceedings and previous misconducts.

KBS

Focus On PSM | Korean Broadcasting System

As the largest public broadcaster in South Korea, KBS has the highest reach among radio and television audiences. Here we take snapshot of its key characteristics, its role and the country's wider media landscape. 

Poland

The decline of public media in Poland

From pro-government election and coronavirus coverage to hate speech, there are serious concerns that the government’s ongoing interference will extinguish hopes for independent public media in Poland.

SABC

SABC asks government for a budget review

South Africa’s public broadcaster has called on the government to review its budget as COVID-19 takes its toll on advertising revenues and acquisitions.