Meet our Global Grantees 2019

We are pleased to announce the awardees of this year’s PMA Global Grant, a scheme that enables staff of PMA members to engage in projects worldwide.

Defending free and independent public media in Spain

The Public Media Alliance supports today's call by civil society organisations in Spain to defend free and independent public media. 

Hate by omission silence and exclusion: A Caribbean perspective

Dr Zahera Harb writes about the outcomes from our workshop to develop an action plan on reporting hate speech and media coverage of terrorism & violence for the Caribbean region.

CPB respond to proposed elimination of federal funding

Corporation for Public Broadcasting CEO responds to proposals to eliminate federal funding for US public media in next years budget.

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RadioDays Asia 2019

The Public Media Alliance is delighted to be an official supporting partner for Radiodays Asia, a new initiative from our colleagues at Radiodays and their partners in the Asia-Pacific region.

Providing children’s content in an era of migration: Challenges and opportunities

Our roundup of a much needed project to shed light on the challenges and opportunities of content provision for children confronted with the realities of forced migration.

Old is New Again: Public Service Media Rebuilding Trust

Public service media, in its different reiterations, is needed more than ever to support and defend democracy. This was the powerful message of PMA's 2018 Global Conference in Jamaica.

Action plan on hate speech and media coverage of terrorism & violence for the Caribbean region

Upcoming UNESCO, Public Media Alliance and Ethical Journalism Network workshop to develop action plan on hate speech, terrorism and violence coverage for the Caribbean Region

Insight | RTVE public contest faces further challenges

After an arduous process, a reform to promote the independence of the Spanish public broadcaster from political influence is now hanging by a thread.

In defence of the public editor

In the wake of ESPN and others dumping their internal ombudsmen, Chris Elliott argues that ombudsmen can play a vital role in building trust with audiences and therefore securing the future of journalism. Their existence is a sign of strength, not weakness.