"Strong PSM contributes to a healthy democracy" says EBU

Valuable new research from the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) highlights the role of public service media in contributing to a healthy and robust democracy

Public service media in Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan – the current situation

Extensive new report on PSM in the Transcaucasian countries has been released by the European Audiovisual Observatory

PSM Weekly: From new tech to new PSBs

Our weekly round-up of public service media news stories from around the world.

Political controversy in Italy as RAI appoints new Directors

New nominations for the Italian public service media’s Board are under heavy criticism by many governmental parties, which are now set to vote on them.

John Momoh appointed Chairman of BON

PMA congratulates John Momoh, Chairman of Channels Media Group on his appointment as Chairman of the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON).

Will SABC to take responsibility for its recent conduct?

After firing eight journalists, the South African broadcaster must now justify its reasons and explain why it shouldn’t be held liable for the costs.

BBC iPlayer loophole to close in September

Audiences will lose loophole that allows them to watch the BBC’s iPlayer streaming service for free.

Political conflict in Israel over the institution of Public Service Broadcaster

Cabinet disagreements over state control and amendments further delay the institution of a new public broadcaster in Israel.

Asia-pacific journalists say climate change needs better reporting

Following the recent global journalism congress in Auckland, media experts call for better and clearer climate change reporting across regional and international media services.

Calls for transformation of public media in Spain

In a new challenging political climate, journalists in Spain advocate for a new way of organising and looking at public media.