Poland’s conservative government continues to interfere with public media

Poland’s government control of public state media hasn't faltered, with at least 163 journalists and media professionals being fired or leaving their positions.

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Media professionals answer back to SABC censorship

South African public service broadcasting is experiencing deep unrest following a series of measures which are limiting the production of and access to news in the country.

Maldives government forces critical news website to close

The Public Media Alliance is deeply concerned about freedom of the press and media independence in the Maldives after a sustained period of government pressure upon critical news outlets.

Future for Public Service Television [UK] report published

After an eight-month inquiry, the Future for Public Television report has been released. Its conclusions consist of suggestions for the future of public and free-to-air television in the UK.

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UN experts express concern as Brazilian government interferes with public TV

Two UN experts on freedom of expression have commented on the recent Brazilian government agenda in regards to public media.

Pakistan and China strike new broadcast deal

Pakistan has granted permission for China’s state broadcaster CCTV and documentary channel CCTV-9 to be transmitted in the country.

Media Groups in the Philippines seek better relationship between media and the president

Media groups wrote an editorial commenting on the relationship between the Philippines’ president Rodrigo Duterte and the state media, calling for better reporting, pay and protection for journalists.