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Latvia: Public media entered into content sharing agreement with private media

The government of Latvia recently signed a content-sharing agreement between public and commercial or private media,…


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Sri Lanka protests: Journalists must be protected

Authorities must investigate after multiple journalists have been attacked and assaulted during protests and…


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Report: Making Big Tech Pay for the News They Use

New research assesses how policy makers and legislators are looking to rebalance the power dynamic between big tech and…


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PSM Weekly | 13 – 19 July 2022

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


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BBC funding: household levy put forward

The UK’s House of Lords has suggested replacing the licence fee with a household levy which would not be dependent on…


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SVT Sport: A world leader in equal sports coverage

SVT has pioneered award-winning coverage of women’s sport and is aiming to become one of the first sports journalism…


BBC

BBC sets out plans for new TV news channel to launch in 2023

The public broadcaster's planned new TV news channel forms part of its digital-first plan announced earlier this year.


RTÉ

Ireland to maintain and reform licence fee system

Ireland’s long-awaited Future of Media Commission report sets out recommendations to sustain and transform the future…


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PSM Weekly | 6 – 12 July 2022

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


Turkish court blocks access to international broadcasters’ online services

PMA calls on Turkey’s media regulator to lift the ban on the online Turkish-language news services of Deutsche Welle…


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South Africa: digital migration indefinitely delayed

South Africa's digital migration has been delayed once more, this time with no set implementation date.


Strikes for public media workers across Europe

Strikes at a number of European public media organisations reflect a worrying reality: European PSMs and their workers…