A slab of granite with the RTÉ sign engraved.

New leadership for RTÉ as licence fee evasion increases

As the new RTÉ Chair was appointed, it was announced that TV licence fee losses since last year’s payment scandal rose up to €22 million.

The Beehive, New Zealand's Parliament

TVNZ: The news funding model is broken – but this would fix it

Newshub shutting down and cuts at TVNZ show that New Zealand needs a new funding model for its fourth estate. 

European Commission

Coalition calls for effective implementation of EMFA

PMA has joined other CSOs in urging all stakeholders to work together for EMFA's full and effective implementation. 

Press and cameras

PSM Weekly | 5 – 12 March 2024

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

Nils Horner in a red shirt stands in a crowd.

10 years on from his murder, Nils Horner still deserves justice

In the decade since the death of Nils Horner, the world has become more dangerous for journalists, writes Swedish Radio's CEO, Cilla Benkö.

BBC website Image

New technology to show why images and video are genuine launches on BBC News

'Content credentials' – a new piece of technology – will show how BBC journalists have verified content's authenticity.

Facebook on smartphone

Australia & NZ confront big tech as media crisis grows

Both Australia and New Zealand are looking to take action against tech platforms to make them pay news providers for their content.

Buenos Aires Argentina

Fears for future of public media in Argentina after Télam shuttered

Journalists and press unions went a strike on 5 March in protest against the decision to close down the national news agency, Télam.

Television studio gallery

PSM Weekly | 28 February – 5 March 2024

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

Protests against Rai following festival broadcast

Protests against Rai erupted after the broadcaster distanced itself from comments about Israel and Gaza, at a festival it was broadcasting.