research management

Beyond survival?

New Research: People management strategies for the development and growth of PSBs in the fragmented digital media landscape

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Social Media Guidelines | For media professionals & journalists in Southern Africa

Read our latest guidelines developed collaboratively with journalists and media professionals from across Southern Africa.

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CfP | RIPE@2020

Public service media has never before had to prove its value within and for society, particularly with an increasingly changing media landscape as well as evolving types of society.

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The audience of PSM news (Report)

In the current digital media age, how can PSM news expand their audience reach when younger audiences are getting their news from alternative sources and populist attitudes seem to be on the rise?

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InnoPSM: New PSM research network

From funding models to accountability and access, InnoPSM promises a multi-stakeholder approach to research in the field of PSM.

Reporting Hate Speech, Terrorism & Violence in South East Asia

In March 2019, a group of journalists, media managers and press regulators from five countries in the Asia-Pacific region met in Kuala Lumpur to develop guidelines for journalists and media workers in South East Asia.

Insight | Funding Public Media

Download our latest Insight report exploring public media funding worldwide and its future sustainability.

Beyond survival? A new Human Resources research project for PMA members

New project to explore people management strategies to ensure the development and growth of PSMs in the fragmented digital media landscape.

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Reporting Hate Speech & Violence in the Caribbean

An action plan for media practitioners, managers and owners from across the region.

The State of Humanitarian Journalism (Report)

How does the media cover humanitarian issues, if it does at all? This special report by the Humanitarian Journalism project presents findings from a four year, global research project into the state of humanitarian journalism.