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Swedish Radio’s Director-General Cilla Benkö: Punishment for crimes against journalists must be harsher

The International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists on November 2 brings to the public’s attention crimes against journalists all over the world.

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Hurricane Dorian: Its catastrophic destruction in Abaco & Grand Bahama

"We have never experienced such devastation as we did in Hurricane Dorian; it was awesome and awful!" ZNS General Manager, Kayleaser Deveaux-Isaacs, writes about the impact of Hurricane Dorian on the Bahamas and its national broadcasting station.

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Under Pressure: Why Public Media Matters

Read about our session at the Global Conference for Media Freedom on the pressures facing public media worldwide and why now, more than ever, we must fight for its future.

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PMA rounds up the Global Conference for Media Freedom

"Together we must support the vulnerable, assist each other through challenging times, as nations as well as agencies. We must never forget that to be proactive is far, far better than having to be reactive"

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Getting what you pay for: Making public broadcasting work

Former ABC Editorial Director, Alan Sunderland, reflects on his time in public broadcasting and explains what is necessary to secure its long term survival.

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Public broadcasting in the age of VOD

Our submission to an inquiry by the UK's upper house of parliament as to whether there is a future for public service broadcasting in the age of VOD.

Insight | Funding Public Media

Download our latest Insight report exploring public media funding worldwide and its future sustainability.

New Zealand’s news media entered uncharted territory on March 15

Radio New Zealand CEO, Paul Thompson, reflects on the way news media are coping with the complexity and enormity of telling the story of the March 15 atrocity in Christchurch and its aftermath.

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Insight | Crossing Divides

Crossing Divides is an ambitious season.  Throughout the BBC in 2019 we are exploring the power and possibilities of encountering people with conflicting opinions, across divisions of race, class, faith, politics and generation.

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Insight | Disruption, Trust and the Public Broadcaster

President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, Catherine Tait, used her keynote at this year's IIC Canada conference to discuss the impact of disruption and growing distrust of the media on the public broadcasting.