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Radio across Europe joining forces to fight for rightful place in the car

Radio across Europe is joining forces to fight for its rightful place in the car, and Sweden's Radio is leading the effort.

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The Rugby World Cup on Czech TV – a great experience again!

In the autumn of 2023, the Czech Republic became a rugby nation for two months, with Czech TV broadcasting all 48 matches of the World Cup.

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Pacific uniqueness is our ‘super power’ to tackle challenges ahead

As the world focusses on the region “in which the sun never sets”, PMN is well placed to amplify Pacific peoples' voices, writes Don Mann.

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Why newsrooms need to prioritise journalist safety in 2024

Media consultant Hannah Storm discusses the need for newsrooms to take seriously both the physical and mental safety of journalists in 2024. 

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PMA in 2023: A year in review

Ahead of the new year, the CEO of the Public Media Alliance reflects upon a busy 2023 for PMA, with a busy year ahead looming.

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VRT: Embracing AI for the public good

The Head of the VRT Innovation Development explains their directives on usage of generative AI, and examples of where it's already being used.

Radio-Canada

A World Without Radio-Canada

Catherine Tait discussed the crisis in Canada's media ecosystem and the decline of trust, two existential threats to the survival of Radio-Canada.

Deadly month for journalists in a shakier world

International law mandates the protection of journalists in conflicts, and crimes committed against journalists must lead to sentencing.

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State Media Monitor 2023: A Bleak Reading

The spectre of a series of intensifying conflicts presents an alarming peril to democratic societies, ahead of a crucial election year.

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Why newsrooms should have mental health strategies for climate journalists

It’s time to recognise that climate reporting can have a serious mental impact, says Seigonie Mohammed of CCN TV6 in Trinidad and Tobago.