RNZ Paul Thompson

Public media in 2021: The cornerstone of sustainable media

Strong and independent public media are more important than ever, as the past year has shown.

Why Public Media Matters: WPFC 2020

Catch up with our session ‘Why Public Media Matters’ from this year's virtual World Press Freedom Conference.

Cilla & Björn, Swedish Radio

Insight | Impartial media is necessary to avoid parallel realities

Swedish Radio CEO, Cilla Benkö, and Programme Director, Björn Löfdahl, write about the importance of impartial media in light of the polarised debate we have seen in the US in recent times, and in connection with the recent US election.

CBC/Radio-Canada

Insight | Yes, the world needs more Canada

Globalization. Nationalism and populism. Disinformation and mistrust of institutions. Online hate. In a noisy, chaotic world brimming with content, your national public broadcaster is an important platform for Canadian values and creative voices to the world. And the world is watching.

Insight | What CBC’s newsrooms are doing to deliver on pledge to improve diversity, inclusivity

Half a year has passed since killing of George Floyd in U.S. set off global reckoning with anti-Black racism.

Pakistan Geo

Editorial: Truth and Power

GEO's Editor-in-Chief, Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, remains in jail as the crackdown on press freedom in Pakistan continues.

ABC Headquarters

Aunty’s Future Is In Your Hands

ABC’s role is more important than ever. Yet it cannot be expected to do more with less, writes Grace McCallum, ahead of the latest federal budget.

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."