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We need a more humanitarian journalism

A new book argues for a more humanitarian journalism, caring less about how 'newsworthy' a crisis is and more about the scale of suffering.

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BBC Chairman on the role of the World Service

BBC Chairman examines the continuing role of the BBC World Service in providing impartial and trustworthy news to global audiences. 

Canada: Trust, Democracy and the Public Broadcaster

CBC/Radio-Canada's President reflects on how they strive to retain through three factors: ability, affinity and authenticity. 

Cilla Benkö on 2023

2022 was a dark year, with more journalists imprisoned than ever before, writes Cilla Benkö, DG of Swedish Radio, as she looks ahead to 2023.

Kristian Porter

PMA in 2022: Reflecting and looking ahead

As we finish the year, PMA's CEO, Kristian Porter – who took up the position in April – considers our work in 2022, and what comes next.

RNZ CEO and PMA President, Paul Thompson, addressing public media leaders at the PBI conference in Tokyo in November 2022.

ANZPM: Public media “for a volatile world”

New Zealand's new public media entity, the ANZPM, is designed to meet the challenges of a "volatile world", from misinformation to big tech.

Catherine Tait

Strengthening Trust to Strengthen Our Democracy

A speech by President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, Catherine Tait, highlights the need to strengthen trust to strengthen our democracy.

Cilla Benkö Sveriges Radio

Cilla Benkö: The fight for democracy and free speech is a life and death struggle

Swedish Radio's Cilla Benkö, reflects on the threats to journalists and democracy, home and aboard, and the need for them to be protected.

Gary Allen RJRGLEANER

Television Jamaica and Digital Switchover

Gary Allen of RJRGLEANER outlines the digital switchover process in Jamaica and the challenge broadcasters face as the set analogue switch-off date approaches.

Gilles Marchand, Director-General of SRG SSR.

Media and democracy, an inseparable and heckled couple

The Director-General of SRG SSR, Gilles Marchand outlines how the challenges facing the media industry present a challenge to democracy.