NPR budget cut

Focus on PSM | USA

From funding adjustments to new streaming platforms, what’s new in the world of American public media? Read our latest round up.

Haiti

Focus on PSM | Haiti

Despite a pluralistic media environment and recent gains for improved media freedom, Haiti struggles with a lack of secure independent media outlets and protections for journalists. Here we explore the country's provisions for effective public interest journalism. 

The dismantling of Brazil’s public media

In recent years, public media in Brazil has experienced a slow and tragic death and now faces complete dismantling.

Bogota

Focus on PSM | Colombia

Earlier this month Colombia celebrated the 65th anniversary of its first broadcast in 1954. Yet despite gains towards an effective public media system, significant challenges remain.  

ABC HQ Sydney

Focus on PSM | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

From leadership changes to enquiries into political interference and efficiency, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has faced a number of challenges in recent months.

India

Focus on PSM | India

As a new manpower audit seeks to transform public broadcasting in India, we take a closer look at some of the recent challenges facing India's public broadcasters and media landscape.

media freedom

Focus on PSM | Prasar Bharati

A short-winded clash between Prasar Bharati and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting could have long lasting repercussions for public media and media freedom in India.

Focus on PSM | Slovakia

Threats to media freedom and attacks on the media have become increasingly frequent across Slovakia over the past year.

ABC's Brisbane offices

Focus on PSM | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

The ABC has faced a number of challenges and announced a series of changes that will impact its future strategy, all of which contribute to the wider debate surrounding the values of public media in Australia.

SRG SSR building

Focus on PSM | Switzerland

Upcoming referendum could result in Switzerland becoming the first European nation to dismantle the majority of its public service broadcasting service.