SABC HQ

Insight | SABC has cut its losses and is ahead on a turnaround plan

Work over the past nine months has laid a foundation to serve the public interest for the next 84 years, and even beyond

reporting

Resource: The Suicide Reporting Toolkit

Journalists have an important role to play in the prevention of suicide through ethical and responsible reporting of this sensitive topic. Browse useful tips and advice via this essential new toolkit.

ABC Headquarters

ABC Statement to the Senate Press Freedom Inquiry by Director News, Gaven Morris

"It’s more than three years since the ABC published The Afghan Files, reported by our journalist Dan Oakes, exposing alleged crimes by Australian special forces."

Diversity

Diversity and Public Media

It is time for all public media mandates to place diversity and representation centre stage.

BBC

Insight | Let’s unleash the BBC’s potential to combat fake news and help Global Britain

BBC Director Tony Hall writes about the importance of the BBC in combatting misinformation and ensuring fair and free news worldwide.

citizen participation

Insight | Why Public Media Will Not Survive Without Real Citizen Participation

In a dynamic and brutally competitive media landscape, it is time for public media to get serious about citizen participation says Marius Dragomir. 

Ita Buttrose ABC

What would Australia look like without the ABC?

Statement | There is a reason why the majority of Australians trust the ABC, writes ABC Chair Ita Buttrose.

coronavirus public media COVID-19

Who’s behind the news? Why we need to know, especially now.

Why public service media plays an essential role in the coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Jamie Angus

Insight | Jamie Angus on why trusted news should have access to chat apps

BBC World Service Director, Jamie Angus, explains why trusted news services should have access to chat apps such as WhatsApp to combat disinformation during crises and emergencies.

Cilla Benkö Swedish Radio

Swedish Radio’s Director-General Cilla Benkö: Attacks on journalists in the US show that words can be dangerous

While demonstrations against police violence and racism are sweeping the US, there have been alarming reports of journalists being violently attacked by both police and demonstrators. The ground for these attacks has been laid by frenzied rhetoric, with the media time after time identified as the enemy.