South African PSB won't show negative stories about its president

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) will now avoid covering negative news about its president on a plea for “respect”.

Croatia must ensure public broadcaster's independence

IPI Press Release: Public broadcasting independence, defamation laws and the safety of journalists in Croatia are chief concerns for press freedom organisations

Agreement leads to first Public TV Network in Latin America

National broadcasters from across Latin America sign new transnational agreement for joint work and an exchange of programming.

The week in public service media

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

Acting CEO of SABC quits

Jimi Mathews has quit as acting CEO of SABC due to the organisation’s “prevailing, corrosive atmosphere” and its impact on his moral judgement.

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Our latest research project

We are pleased to introduce you to our latest PSM research project which will explore the shared global values of public service media and its contribution to contemporary democratic societies

Finnish broadcaster will be diverse, but not multicultural

This month, a parliamentary working group analysed the role of Finnish public broadcaster Yle.

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All India Radio celebrates turning 80

Our congratulations to All India Radio, which has been on-the-air for 80 years!

Film4Climate Global Video Competition Opens

The Film4Climate competition invites aspiring filmmakers to express their vision for a sustainable future by creating a short film or video about climate action